there's a tensioner fairly obvious on the left side of the engine. The tensioners often lose strength on these engines. they're about 15 bucks depending on where you go. loosen the bolt on the swingarm of the tensioner and remove the belt. Re route the belt the same way. When you retighten the bolt on the tensioner and it will bring the belt back to the correct tension.
Behind the left of the steering column under the instrument panel.
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This is not easy since the cruise cont wires go down through the steering column. I suggest you take it to the garage.
change the temp setting on the heater a/c control head
The oil filter for a 98 Olds Regency is on the side of the engine. The filter is a screw on type.
only if they are both rear wheel drive or both front wheel drives
no it does not have a steering wheel
does anyone know
Under the vehcile, behind the driver.
It is inside the fuel tank.
in the fuel tank