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I had the same problem with my legend and I replaced the main relay: Started right up!



The light is on because there is a problem with the SRS. Have it repaired by a pro, and he will turn off the light.


For a 1991 Chevrolet Corsica : My Chilton's Auto Repair Manual shows : ( 15.6 U.S. gallons )


The cast of Corsica - 1991 includes: Carlo Cecchi Maria Cristina Mastrangeli Ivano Marescotti Francesco Origo


Probably a fuse. I didn't think they were on the same circuit but they could be. check that first.



It doesn't have one, it is distributorless.


A 1991 Honda Accord could be overheating if the radiator has a leak. There could also be a problem with the head gasket.


AnswerIs the system overfull?, Is your gauge working?I had the same problem and I had to replace the head gaskets.


You do not have one. Disconect the lower radiator hose. (after cold)




Under the dash, passenger side, next to the firewall.


Depends on which engine it has. Try a Google Search.



Might be the fuel pump going out-I had same problem on a 1992 Nissan pickup and the fuel pump started going out soon there after....


On the Transmission under the shift cable. Drivers side on top.


IF... the crank sensor was the problem then it might. However, it is unlikely. I agree, although they are known to crack, It usually results in a no start condition from what I have seen.


Had the same problem with my corsica it is the overdrive not kicking down all they did was unplug a wire going to the trani no problems after that Also check for vacum leaks could also be a faulty fuel pump


Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1991 Chevy Corsica turn signal. Remove the turn signal retaining bolts. The entire turn signal will come out. Reverse the process to install the new turn signal.


Now that is a very good question. If you could possibly explain the problem you are experiencing someone could help you.


As soon as you pop the hood, it should be to the left of the engine. it is visible from top view.


Not an easy job requiring special pullers and tools. I suggest taking it to a garage.


On the V6 its in the block between the two heads and right behind the timing chain



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