1992 & 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1L ECM Box LocationI finally found it on my 1992 Chevy Lumina 3.1 Liter. It is on the right side of the engine compartment behind the overflow reservoir container bolted to the shock tower. 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1L ECM Box LocationI found it on my 1998 Chevy Lumina 3.1 Liter. Car: It is on the right side (Passenger side) of the engine compartment in front the overflow reservoir container and behind Radiator Cap.It is also under small fuse box.The ECM is in small black plastic box (about 1.5 Gallons).You remove the engine right bracket (3 -12 mm bolts) to get to this box then remove two clips on the black box cover... the ECM has two plugged in multi conductor cables. Using nut driver 9/32 th inch (7 mm) to take out these cables .ECU has part # ID 16236757
I have a 2005 trailblazer and it recommends a multi-grade oil for the enine. Mine is 5W-30. There is not much difference in the multi-grades like 5W, 10W and such, but I would stick to a Multi-grade of some sort.
I could not be sure about your particular problem, but I had to replace the Multi-Function and Turn signal switches in a 96 Lumina for similar strange problems of Brakes and signals not working in particular scenarios.
That would depend on the year and what type of automobile the engine is in.Tough question.
this is rhetorical when you think about it. when you have more cylinders, you have more power, but less fuel efficiency, and vice versa. In this answer its not all completely correct in some cases a multi-cylinder engine can have a better fuel economy compared to a single cylinder engine, it depends on the capacity of the of the cylinder, the size of the valves and how much they allow the fuel and air mixture (in S.I engines A.K.A petrol engines) or air for diesel engines. One reason that i know of for a multi-cylinder engine to be preferred to a single cylinder engine is because it gives less stress to the engine when running it also causes the engine to be more stable. In addition a multi-cylinder engine has less time between power strokes so the engine is more efficient.
An aircraft that has more than 2 propellor blades per engine. Multi-blade engines usually included the capablity to vary the pitch of the propellor in order to pull more air. Multi-engine aircraft are aircraft with more than 1 engine.
The 2.5L 4 cylinder engine uses throttle body fuel injection. The 2.8L V6 uses multi port fuel injection.
The late 80's to early 90's tuned port engines had multiport injection, along with the lt1, and the later ls1.
Try looking @ all harnesses to see if they've melted. Check multi-function switch, BCM ..... all after the obvious bulbs and fuses.
multi point fuel injection system
Nope. The engine block would not bolt up to the 1996 trans, as the bolt pattern was changed when they updated the transmission design. Also, since the 89 engine uses throttle body fuel injection, and the 96 uses multi-port fuel injection, the wiring harnesses would not be compatible.
as you are looking at the engine, the valve is located on the right in back of the engine. there is a vacuum line coming from it toward the front and the shrader fuel bleed valve is on the back, and there are the 2 fuel lines in the back also ==Sub-Answer== The above answer may work on a carburated system BUT (there is always one in the crowd): If you are looking for the Fuel Pressure Regulator (FPR), on a 1992 Chevy Lumina with a 2.8, 3.1 or 3.4 Multiport Fuel Injected engine, try looking under the Plennum. The plennum is that fairly flat thing that sits right on top of the engine and has either, 2.8, 3.1 or 3.4 Multi Port FI stamped on it. If you are going to replace the FPR, be sure to buy a new plennum gasket set. It should have 2 plennum gaskets and a throttle body gasket. You may also want to get new O-rings for the FPR as well (depending on how old they are) and an EGR (Exhaust Gas Recycler/Regulator) gasket. When removing the plennum, be sure to have a torque wrench as well -- most Chevy Luminas have an aluminum plennum and if you tighten the bolts back down too tight, you could crack the plennum and basically have a big headache on your hands (plennums aren't cheap) and seeing as this is part of the air-intake for your engine, a cracked plennum will start sucking in too much air and pretty much shut your engine down.
the ecm on a 99 s-10 is located ont the right (passenger) side fender well inside the engine compartment. it's aprox 10" by 10" square with 2 multi-wire plugs on the rear portion of it.
The four cylinder has a throttle body injected gas engine.The V6 and V8 are a multi port injection gas engine.The four cylinder has a throttle body injected gas engine.The V6 and V8 are a multi port injection gas engine.
Honeywell AGT 1500c multi-fuel turbine engine 1,500 horse power.
no its a throttle body injected engine smokingallowed say's...Fenner82 is on the right track but not completely correct. His "TBI" engine has 1 fuel injector "squirting fuel strait down into the throttle body", and your Z24 has a multi-port injection system(1 fuel injector for each cylinder) which "squirts" fuel into the intake at the engine head.
NO. It Is Fuel Injected.AnswerNo, it's throttle body injected. If you just glance at it you might think it's a carburater. Actually the vehicle is multi port fuel injected. If you look closely, you will see the wiring running to each of the 6 injectors.
The Boeing planes, and most modern multi-engine aircraft, can still manage to fly even if one engine stopped to function.
Yes, the SL1 is a multi-port fuel injected engine with a single overhead cam.
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Yes, it is Multi-Port Fuel Injected.
check the multi function switch. I hava a 96 Chevy Monte Carlo and I had the same problem . I changed the multi function switch and the brakes lights now work. the rear brake lights run thru the switch on the turn signal circuit. try it and see.