If you heard a 'pop' from the engine compartment and now your 1988 Olds Quad 4 2.3 is out of time what should you do?
sounds like the timing belt jumped, they suck to do, hopefully you are lucky and did not bend valves Check your compression on all cylinders you should have about 140psi in each one.
Quad 4 engines are picky. Find another car. Putting any investment into your 1988 car is a waste of money, unless it's a collectors' item or has tremendous sentimental value. Finding junkyard Quad4's is also near impossible.
If you look in the engine compartment there should be a placard, that will list the engine size. You could also look in the owners manual of the vehicle if you still have it. The only other way is get it from the VIN number. However i don't know which number in the VIN indicates which engine you have. Also for your info the 302 is the 5.0L and the 351 is the 5.8L
One is in the front engine compartment. It is close to the driver's side rear corner of the engine compartment close to the master cylinder. The other fuel filter is located at the fuel tank. You must jack the car up and remove the driver's side rear wheel and get under the wheelwell to acess the filter. Consult a Haynes or Chilton manual to see pictures of these filters. each of them should cost about…