no, only 1 fan usually runs unless the air is on and then both fans run.
Both. The Monte Carlo SS had a floor shifter (what I own), but the regular monte's had column shift
Made in both the U.S. and Canada yet discontinued in 2007.
YES. assuming both motors are the same size. as for swapping between a 3.1 and a 3.4L, i couldn't tell you. Dave email@example.com
Not likely since the 93 Caprice 305 was fuel-injected and the 86 Monte Carlo 305 was carbureted
The 3400 is a new version of the 3100; therefore, everything needs to be identical. Both Monte Carlos were interchangeable.
It can cost between $50 and $250 to repair both Tie rods on a 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo. It will depends on where the parts are bought, the brand of the parts bought, and if there are any labor charges to make the repair.
Bad ground at the bulb or sometimes just corrosion in the terminal.
3.4 and 3.8 both use 10w30 and hold 4.3 quarts
If both stopped at same time check the fuse box. Its marked on back of panel. 80% sure its a fuse. If u change it n it pops again u hav a wire groundin out somewhere
both vin numbers the 8th letter is Z
there are pull straps on both sides of the seat that you pull and that section will pull down.
yes by all means you can assuming they are both the same. meaning if they are both v6 or v8. if they are you can pull the bad one out and drop the new one right in. it is more complicated to switch from a v6 to an v8 or visa versa but it can be done as well.
Bentley in Flicka 3 and Monte Carlo in Moondance Alexander might be the same horse because : -Moondance Alexander and Flicka 3 were both directed by Michael Damian -They're both about the same shade of grey -Were both said to be a hanoverian (Flicka 3 "Stephanie Myers riding Bentley, an 8 year old hanoverian gelding". Moondance Alexander "Monte Carlo is an 11 year old hanoverian with a championship pedigree") -Both Bentley and Monte Carlo were used in jumping scenes and they were absolutely perfect. Hope I helped ...
It should, the plugs for ecm are the same, you will have to take the ecm(located on passenger side fender) along to keep things tight(no check engine light)
yes it should, measure from inside hub to inside hub on both vehicles and you will have your answer.
Problem with the ABS. The Traction Control is off because it uses the ABS to control traction. As this is part of the TC system it has also shut down. Have the problem with the ABS repaired by a professional and both will start working again.
The turn signal flasher on a 2001 Monte Carlo is behind the hazard button on the instrument panel. You have to take out the instrument panel bezel to access it. I found this out through a Haynes repair manual for that car. I have to replace mine and did some research. The turn signals and hazard lights are both tied into the same flasher. Hope this helps.
There is a decal on the driver's door post.jd Note: Depends what kind of tires you are running. Consult either or both your psi stamp on your tires and your tire shop.
the coolant sensor is in the radiator on the passanger side the oxygen sensor is in the exhaust system on the manifold and the pipes and sometimes both
If it fits in the battery compartment and can be secured, and the battery posts are both the same orientation then it will work.
the car uses "Dex-Cool", which is usaully orange. most retailers have a green kind that's good for both. CHECK LABEL!!!!
well the motor will be sluggish. i had the same problem i changed all 3 for less than a $100 and i also changed the plug wires as well. your problem could be the wires . but for $130 to $150 change both.
if both cars are stock, the camaro may have a better chance of winning, but both cars are heavy so yeah a race might work that question is imposssible to answer with the information given....may i suggest a race
the thermostat will make both fans become idle if it is not opening. this happened to me on my 95 3.1 lumina