Just had to do a rad replacement on my own 93 Skylark 3.3, and it's a tricky and long process. First you'll need to remove the cooling fan, which is accomplished by undoing one bolt at the top of the mount, unplugging it, and lifting it out; it's a tight squeeze with the exhaust manifold in the way, so take your time. The coolant radiator is bolted to the AC radiator in the front, and there should be two bolts holding them together facing the front of the car; they're behind your headlight mountings, and are tricky to get at if you don't remove the lights first. There is also an AC line that runs directly over the top of the radiator; you WILL have to disconnect the pressure-bolt for it (located on the passenger's side) and relieve the freon from the AC system to remove your radiator (this is *the* catch of doing a rad replacement in a '93 Skylark). Back off the bolt very, very slowly until it begins to hiss; you'll have to let the AC system bleed off until there is absolutely no hissing at all, perhaps backing off the pressure very very slightly if the hissing stops to allow more space for the freon to escape. When working with freon, be very, VERY careful, wear gloves, safety glasses and a breathing mask (or at least a rag or shirt over your nose and mouth) because it is highly toxic and very cold when it contacts air. You WILL have to get the AC system recharged at an auto shop (which these days is no small amount of cash, since you can't buy freon/R-12 recharging kits in the store the same way that you can get R-134a). After the AC line is disconnected, you can move it out of the way (it is connected to a flexible hose on the driver's side) so that you can drain your radiator if you haven't already. Be sure that you've let the engine cool for a good hour or two so that you aren't burned by the coolant; the stopcock is a small, hand-turnable valve located on the driver's side at the very bottom of the radiator that will allow you to drain most of the coolant from the rad. Disconnect the hoses from the engine block-to-radiator (located on top-driver's side) and overflow tank-engine block-radiator (should be an odd-looking 3-way hose at bottom-passenger's side). After all this, unbolt the two radiator retaining bolts--will be just above the radiator, facing the engine--and pull the radiator toward the engine and out of the car; be careful not to jostle or bump your coils or spark-plug wires, the clearance there is very tight. Putting another rad in is basically a reverse of the process--good luck!
How do you replace the water pump and where is it located on a 1996 Buick Skylark V6
The thermostat on a 1991 Buick Skylark is located near the engine. To find the thermostat, follow the top radiator hose directly to the thermostat.
You can find the 1991 Buick Skylark radiator drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
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If there is no petcock on the bottom of the radiator then you must remove the lower radiator hose to drain it.
From a small pipe connected from the top of the engine to a radiator hose.
It's on the Driver's side near where the headlight is.
Where is the transmission solenoid located on a 1995 buick skylark custom?
inside the radiator hose
follow the upper radiator hose from the radiator to the motor. it will be inside the housing the hose attaches to. ps...not easy to replace
you replace it by...hold on
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can i do this at home
It uses the cap on the coolant recovery tank as its "radiator cap".
If it has a coolant tank, that's the "cap".
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Ignition what? Switch? Coil?
will the fenders from a 1971 Buick Skylark Custom fit a 1972 Buick Skylark?
It could be the radiator, the hoses, a leaking coolant tank or the water pump.
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Buick Skylark was created in 1953.
It is located below the radiator hose on the battey side. It should be a small white plug. Turn the pull out. It will remain attached so don't try to disconnect it.
You take it out and put a new one in