Hey Connie==Get a manual from a parts store on your car and it will tell you how. You may need to get a manual from MOTORLIT.COM. Good luck Joe
First buy a new thermostat, water pump and timing belt. Unsnap timing belt cover and remove top outside portion. Take off top belt pulley which is actually the Power Steering pump pulley. Note aligning mark on top timing belt pulley which matches a notch in the back of the timing belt cover. Also notice the bottom belt pulley has a notch which aligns with a protruding point on the belt cover next to the bolt where the back cover is attached. Remove the bottom belt pulley (not for the timing belt but the accessories) Try to align the top timing belt pulley which will align the notch on the accessory pulley before removing the pulley. Once the top pulley is removed you can remove the timing belt being careful to not move either base where the pulleys were attached which would mess up the timing. Remove the power steering pump (turn small nut on end of pipe into pump housing) and remove hose from other pump line. Now you can move the cover enough to remove the water line housing containing the thermostat. This should be replaced now since it is so much trouble to replace separately that everything should be done at the same time. The thermostat gasket has a slot to fit over both sides of the metal flange. The water pump is held by 3 Allen wrench bolts (metric good luck) and is also the timing belt tensioner. Install new pump and timing belt making sure marks and notches are correct and belt is tight enough using the turning of the water pump. Reassemble everything else.
The 89' Pontiac LeMans is 12ft long
You have to remove the timing belt cover,camshaft pulley and timing belt.Itis near the top behind the belt.
MuscleCar - 2001 Pontiac Le Mans-Refurbishing the Frame was released on: USA: June 2007
There were several different options for engines in the '73 Le Mans...
i have a 1990 lemans and it is located under my back seat you flip up the seat bottom and there is a flap of carpet there it may be the same on yours
It's inside the alternator.
The firing order for the 1988 Pontiac Lemans is 1-3-4-2. I hope this information to be useful to you
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Behind the timing belt cover just below the cam
It is called a thermostat and it is near the top behind the timing belt
The Pontiac LeMans would be my choice. It is slightly larger and more luxurious. The Pontiac engine was also a better engine than the Chevy.
It'sd in the front. Activate it and listen for where the noise comes from. Also, consider asking this question again, but use Toyota Corolla instead of Pontiac Lemans.
try a chiltons repair manual from the library for your year vehicle.
It is in the tank. Remove the tank then the pump. Not an easy job.
disconnet batt 1st then loosen screws to wireing and then loosen bolts to starter
It is the fuse for your Fan.
LaCrosse and Lucerne are Buick car models. Le Mans is a model sold by Pontiac.
If you have a 400 ci, the horse power was down to 250 with a 4 barrel carb.
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Hey David==It is 1-3-4-2. Good luck, Joe
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There were several options for '74. A 350ci = 155 to 170 The 400 = 190 to 225 hp.
The head has to be removed then the valves removed, the seats ground and the valvs either ground or replaced.