As you may already know, on the Celebrity 2.5L, Chevrolet makes it almost impossible to even reach the distributor, Inside the distributor is a control module,this module has a habit of burning out about every year, so you might need to replace it in order for the car to even start so you can time the thing. Also the hold down clamp and bolt on this year and model of celebrity has a habit of working loose, so check to see if it is tight, or the distributor will turn and go out of timing. Remember on the 2.5L timing is set at eight degrees. If you are having roblems starting the car, such as the engine turns and seems to want to start but doesn't, then the module may be bad. good luck, because the distrubitor is hard to get to..............
I had the magnet peice in the DIST. come loose and rotate back and forth on the shaft.
What a bear to figure out. It would be in time,Then jump time,and jump back again!
But some locktite on the shaft took care of that about 200,000 miles ago.
PS Mine is a 1986 2.5L "THE DUKE" GETERDONE!
Will the transmission from a 1985 Chevy Celebrity fit a 1991 Buick LeSabre
Try cleaning them.
Built into the alternator.
Which engine does your 1985 Chevy Celebrity have? The two engines are very different.
Chevy Celebrities had a 15 gallon gas tank.
I would think that on size alone it would fit and mount in. Depending on which of the engines the 1985 Celebrity had you might need to make a number of modifications to use the Corsica engine in the Celebrity. The two engines are NOT identical.
If the cable is broken you should replace it.
The oil pump on a 1985 Chevy Celebrity V6 is bolted to the rear main cap.
I have seen Chevy Celebrities with large rims so they must fit.
The flasher plugs into the fuse block.
I am presuming you mean the pcv valve, it is in the valve cover.
On a 1985 Chevy Celebrity the mass air flow sensor relay is located on the strut tower on the drivers side of the car. It is behind a cover. The fuse for the mass air flow sensor is also there with the relay.
Are you asking if there is a Chilton manual for the Chevy Celebrity? If so, yes there is one. It also covers all the other General Motors "A" body cars from 1982 to 1995.
The timing should be set to 10 degrees BTDC.
The firing order is: 1 2 3 4 5 6
Follow the top radiator hose down to the water outlet on the engine; the stat is in there.
The engine codes for gasoline engines in the 1985 Chevy Celebrity: 2.5L 4 cylinder engine code R 2.8L V6 mpfi code w 2.8L V6 carburettor code x
The pcv is located on either valve cover or the intake.
Just push the clip off, I use a screw driver.
It is a length process that requires the removal of many screws.
There should be a vacuum hose diagram on the front of the driver side strut tower.
My 1985 and 1986 with A/C are mounted on the drivers side fender. On a 1985 celebrity 2.5L4 engine with A/C; The radiator fan relay is mounted on the drivers side fender, Behind the battery. If not equiped with A/C, It might be in the same location. (don't know!)
Looking over the passenger fender it is alongside the valve cover at the top of the engine.
Condensation from the Air Conditioner. The part you are refering to is the A/C expansion valve.