Right behind the front wheels and right in front of the back wheels. There are Vendors at Smokinvette.com that sell lifting pucks that are of great quality.
They are in the same place as they are in the C4 and C6, right behind the front wheels and in front of the rear wheels. Go on over to Smokinvette.com and check it out!
Right above the oil filter , in the engine block.
It should be on the right side cylinder head ( passenger side) between and just above #6 and #8 spark plugs. This is where it is on my '95 Corvette.
on all four wheels.. right by the wheel bearing
On the the backside of the transmission. closest sensor to the fender. If you have the new on the plug will only fit on the right sensor.
I don't know for certain for your specific application, but speed sensors are almost always located either on the transmission, or uses a wheel sensor. The first place that I would look on a Sentra is from below, and look for an electrical plug somewhere near where the right and left driveshafts that connect the wheels to the transmission.
On the 1998 Corvette, the odometer is digital. It should show up digitally right under the speedometer.
The Vehicle Speed is taken from the abs tone sensor on the front wheels, I think it is the front right side, easy to check if you have it on stands.
G sensor is right side of frame Could you be a little more specific please?
This depends on whether or not your wheels are staggered (the front and rear wheels are different sizes). On some years of Corvette all four wheels were the same size, and on some they weren't. For example, I can't rotate the tires on my 95 Corvette because the rear tires are wider than the ones in front.If your tires are different sizes from front to rear but wearing unevenly, an option would be to swap the tires from left to right, keeping them on the same end of the car (ex. right rear to left rear). However, it is very important to note that if your wheels or tires are unidirectional (side specific) or have an asymmetrical tread pattern (the tread changes as it moves across the tire), you won't be able to swap your tires.Also, moving tires from one side to another isn't generally considered rotation. After all, the point of rotating tires and keeping them on the same side of the car is due to the fact that tires develop wear patterns based on your suspension and alignment.Check the tire size for your year Corvette. If all of your tires are the same size, you can rotate them. If they are different sizes but you feel that uneven wear needs to be addressed, consult a mechanic you trust to discuss options.
right side firewall under right fender
Aircraft are able to turn left to right, vice versa or around by controlling the spin of the wheels. Preventing the right wheels to roll will turn the aircraft to right and controlling the left wheels will make a left turn.
more than likely a bad wheel speed sensor
Front wheels should be pointed to the right, directed at the right side curb.
The average corvette right now runs 55-60 k so it will be about 100k
If you have a V8 in you Monte now the corvette engine should bolt right in but you will have to change the wiring and computer.
If you can spell "corvette" right, I'll tell you!
Down in front of starter screwd into engine block right hand side , big round brass with a single wire going to it. Has a single small stud sticking out on top of it for wire clip.
Turn your wheels to the right, downhill or uphill, if there is no curb.
When I turn my wheels left or right it idle high because there might be a problem with the power engine.
If you normally drive on the right side of the road, turn your wheels to the right.
Yes, the mounting position is the same, but the actual mounts are different. Bolt the mounts from your 1975 corvette to your 1996 LT1 engine and it should go right in. The transmission should also bolt right up to your 1996 LT1 engine.
It is wrong.