The MAP sensor on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is mounted to the firewall near the right fender.
The timing on y our 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine computer, there is no way provided to adjust it.
The idle speed on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine computer, there is no way provided to adjust it.
The fuel filter on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is next to the fuel tank on the driver's side of the car/
The heater core in a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is in the heater plenum to the right of the hump and below the glove compartment.
The timing on a 1987 Chevy Celebrity is controlled by the engine control module, there is no provision for adjustment.
According to my Chilton's auto repair manual : For a 1987 Chevrolet Celebrity with the 2.8 liter V6 engine : ( the engine cooling system capacity is 12.6 U.S. quarts )
It is the main computer box.
Here is a fact sheet on the Chevy celebrity http://auto.howstuffworks.com/Chevrolet-celebrity.htm/printable I found this really interesting
Camshaft sensors were not used on any of the Chevy Celebrity 2.5L, 2.8L or 3.1L engines
There is no MAF on a 1987 Chevy 2.5L engine.
Please advise which engine and what year Celebrity you have. It's a 2.8L V6
The PCV valve on a 1987 - 1990 Chevy Celebrity is in the top center of the valve cover nearest the firewall.
The 1987 Chevy Celebrity has distributor less ignition. The timing is controlled by the engine control module and there is no provision for adjustment.
Not without modification.
Other than the 1987 and 1988 Eurosport VR versions I am unaware of any Chevy Celebrity with cup holders.
There should be a vacuum line diagram on the passenger strut tower on your Celebrity.
Timing on a 1987 Celebrity is controlled by the engine control module, computer. There is no provision for adjustment.
The firing order for a 1987 Chevy Celebrity with the 2.5L 4 cylinder engine is: 1 3 4 2
My 1987 Chevy Celebrity with 2.8 V6 was doing the same thing. I cured the problem by replacing three dead fuel injectors.
on the low pressure side
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.