First, remove the throttle cable from the gas pedal. This can be done easily by hand, since the connector attaching the pedal to the cable is not very strong. Next, using pliers, preferably needle nose, press down on the two plastic tabs coming through the firewall on the cab side. An easy way is to look at the throttle cable connector located on the drivers side next to the TBI. This is the same type of connector, so you should be able to come up with a plan of attack by looking at this. It's kind of tight under the dash where the cable comes through, with a dash bracket and heater routing, but with a little patience, you should do just fine.
On the firewall under a black plastic cover that has two plastic black nuts
The diagnostic connector is on the firewall on the passenger side.It is clipped into a plastic cover. It has one connector with 6 slots and another single wire connector.
The TPS is a small plastic black box attached to the throttle linkage with 2 screws. It has a 3 wire connector that plugs into the end
Carbon is built up in the throttle body causing it to stick. Go to parts store and purchase throttle body cleaner. Take off plastic breather connecting to throttle body and spray in side the throttle body.
If you open the hood and look to the left of the engine / firewall you will see a black plastic cover bolted to the firewall. Read the top of it. It is behind that cover.
Just to the right of the throttle pedal, under the most likely black plastic cover up towards the firewall.
On a 4 cylinder it's screwed into the back of the intake manifold, just about in the center with a white, round plastic 2 wire connector plugged on to it. On a V6 it's on the top, center of the upper intake plenum (same connector) and pointing towards the firewall. On a 4 cylinder it's screwed into the back of the intake manifold, just about in the center with a white, round plastic 2 wire connector plugged on to it. On a V6 it's on the top, center of the upper intake plenum (same connector) and pointing towards the firewall.
Check the large connector under the seat. It is located towards the rear. The thick orange wire is possibly fried inside connector. The plastic connector used in this application is not rated for this wire gauge. It is possible to bypass connector (cheap) or replace all related wiring in the vehicle (expensive).
The knock sensor lives on the engine block just to the driver side of and below the throttle body. It should have a white plastic, 2 wire connector leading to it. The connector lives near the joint of the engine and tranny right on top.
On the 4.6L engine. The starter solenoid is located on the passenger's side firewall. Next to the hood hinge. Just under the plastic hard shell cover. It's a black cover on the firewall. Pull cover off and you will see the solenoid relay switch. CAUTION: When disconnecting the plastic hard shell connector at the starter solenoid S-terminal, grasp the plastic connector, depress the plastic tab, and pull off the lead assembly. Do not pull on the lead wire or damage may result. look for a cover like this...The solenoid relay switch should be under it.
YES. Look at the passenger side firewall and you will see a black plastic cover that will be held in place with long plastic nuts, 3 of them I think. remove the cover and you will see the fuel pump fuse and relay. It will be written on the cover.
It is located on the right side of the throttle body under the plastic cover on the top of the engine. It is a metal box with one wire connector and 2 rubber tubes on the bottom.
Engine compartment passenger side firewall, remove wiper arms and plastic cowls. Unplug connector remove two nuts, plastic cover and slide pcm out. Book time is one hour.
Remove the connector nearest the firewall. You will need a special plastic tool to slip around the flange in front of the accumulator and unlock the spring clamp. To replace, reverse the process.
Look for a black plastic sensor attached to the throttle body. Expect it to be black in color and directly opposite the throttle cam (where the throttle cable attaches.)
plastic bezel that holds the three lighter in the dash of my 99 suburban clip on?
I have a 2004 Alero and I just figured out today and replaced my throttle positon sensor. I'm not sure what the black plastic "box" is called that is above the throttle assembly...but I had to remove that to get to the throttle position sensor underneath. If you can locate the two wires that control the throttle assembly...then the throttle position sensor is on the other side of the throttle assembly. I had to remove the large tube that went from the air filter to the black plastic "box" above the throttle assembly. Also disconnected anything else connected to that black plastic "box". Then pulled that "box" up and right there on the left side of the throttle assembly was the throttle assembly sensor. Here is a web page with a picture that helped me figure out where it was. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Throttle_position_sensor
The throttle body is where the air goes into the engine. Find the air filter, then follow the plastic duct over to the throttle body. It is round and made of metal.
Check the plastic "Molex" connector at the firewall. Disconnect and reconnect. Same thing happened on my 1894 Maxima; could drive the car but the tachometer and other gauges stopped working.
Under the hood on the passenger side near the firewall there is a round plastig plug that has a plastic teather to keep from being lost. Pick up the plug and the diagnostic port is underneath.
Not sure if a '95 will be OBD I or OBD II, if OBD I it will be a black plastic plug emerging from the wiring harness on the firewall about six inches to the passenger side of the ignition coil, OBD II will be similar but probably a different color. It is OBD I, connector is under the hood on the pass side firewall.
the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank, but the fuel pump relay is under the hood with the fuses. Drivers side near the firewall. It is under a black plastic cover.
Answer - 1998 DOHCEGR valve should be front of intake just behind throttle body. 2 bolts and 2 nuts hold it on, it'll have a green, plastic vacuum line going to its top. DPFE Sensor will be firewall side of engine, will have a 3 wire connector to it and 2 reinforced vacuum lines at its bottom.
the abs/asc (automatic speed control) fuse in the driver kick panel.it is 5 amp fuse third one down from top.works abs & speed control (cruise).this is my guess but not totally sure. I checked all the fuses on mine; all were good. I removed 3 - 5/16" nuts & removed engine cover (top). Found the end of the cruise control cable connector (cheap plastic) had worn through, letting it separate from the throttle stub it connects to. (No cable hooked up?, cruise won't work) I put the connector back on the throttle knob, drilled a small hole in the end of the plastic connector & dropped in a small clip pin (a small cotter pin will work too) in to lock the plastic piece & prevent it from sliding off during acceleration. This in no way affected linkage, etc. & holds the cruise cable connector to the throttle where it belongs. Check this, it's easy to find, & might save you the $40 for a new cruise cable. I have pictures if you need the fix. Good Luck
is located under the ashtray behind the shifter ,remove piece of plastic and the obd ll connector is there