In most 1990s and later vehicles you cannot adjust the idle. It is controlled by the ECM or computer. An idle that is not correct indicates something like a vaccuume leak or a sensor issue.
They are hydraulic and not adjustable
there's a little screw right underneath the throttle linkage.
sealed at factory to keep down emissions to keep people from trying to adjust it all amercian car starting in early eighties were like that aftermarket carbs are ajustable
there are screws on the top and side of the light. They use torx screws. there are screws on the top and side of the light. They use torx screws.
cam kit is not the correct label. cam is in the engine, u need the camber adjusting kit which will have different shims in it to adjust the camber on the wheels.
Make sure the radio is off. Press the SCAN button until the hour is reading what it should be. Press the SEEK button for the minutes. Make sure to hit SET when you are done.
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The adjustment bolt is very hard to get to. It is at the top of the pump just behind the Pully. You will have to slip a 15 mm open end wrench in from the top. You're only going to be able to get about a sixth of a turn at a time . You probably have a double pulley and the front groove has a belt that goes to the alternator on it. You will have to loosen the alternator first, adjusted pump, and then readjust the alternator. That's not a 305 Engine, that is a 307 engine. Y engine code in a Cutlass Supreme, 9 engine code in a 442. I just changed this belt yesterday. :-)
it is self adjusting .
Are they power seats in the front? My 1993 Ciera S has power recline - each switch is located at the front corner of the seat (near the door on the seat itself). Good luck!
you don't you replace it
adjust you dimmer switch
It sounds as though your safety neutral switch has to be adjusted. It has an adjustment kind of like screw that you can adjust. I suggest having someone that knows what they are looking for on it to do it. I had my safety neutral switch replaced and it did the same thing until I took it back and they re-adjusted it.
These are non adjustable. They simply torque down to 20 foot pounds.
at the rear brakes. remove wheels, & brake drums, adjust rear brakes to specs, and the E-brake will automatically be adjusted.
No such animal, unless you're referring to the diesel 350. Oldsmobile 350 gas engine production ended in 1980. Sorry, but I know nothing of the diesel 350; perhaps someone else will come along and provide an answer for that motor.
You allow the powers to adjust and you are now their maid servant.
The 2000 Oldsmobile parking brake can be adjusted with the parking brake adjustment bolt. The adjustment bolt will be between the parking brake pads.
Assuming it is rear DRUM brakes, adjust the shoe until there is friction when spinning the wheel or drum, back off a shade. Most have self ajusters on them. Ajust them out until the drum will hardly fit back on. After you put the wheels back on and your done with putting the brake shoes on. Find a place where you can run your car in reverse safely. Go bakwards about 25 miles an hour and hit the brakes hard. Do this several times and they should ajust themselves out to where they should be. This is assuming like above we are talking about the back brakes and they are drum style brakes.
I've been working on an 85 Oldsmobile with a V8 and I replaced the power steering pump. There are about three holes on the pulley itself, line one of the holes up with a nut on the other side of the pump and loosen to move the pump along a bracket.
With the ignition in the ON position and the radio turned off, press the SET button. You will have 5 seconds to adjust the time using the SCAN and SEEK buttons.
non adjustable rockers only unless you bought aftermarket roller rockers in which case they are just like Chevy rockers to adjust. buy a new set that's the only way your goin to adjust em or you could posibly file them down but your risking alot there. id recomend just buying a new oe set for your 307ci.
they must be screwed in because the e=brake is built into caliper. there is a tool kit that uses the grooves on piston but you can use channel lock pliers to turn piston don't chew up dust seal around piston .the right side is clockwise to turn in i think the left is ccw to turn in when piston starts moving in you going the right way. make sure you line the slots on the piston with the pins on the brake pads if not lined up you never get caliper on good luck ps when all done pump and release the e brake 20 time to self adjust the pistons
Computer controlled and not adjustable, if idle is to slow or fast. check and clean the ( IAC ) idle air control valve. this is what controls idling on many of todays cars.