I'm working on my 88 Dodge Caravan, as I write, I'm covered with grease and oil. It's a bear to do it yourself. It's a lot to have someone else do it. Since it's really old in car years, you have nothing to lose by trying it yourself (be careful, it's not worth getting hurt over)...If you can't complete the job, donate it to the kidney foundation. They'll tow it away. With the price of cars these day's the repair bill would go a long way toward the purchase of a newer vehicle...:) A crankshaft is the part of the engine that the burning fuel causes to go round and round and where all the power leaves the engine. The crankshaft spins the transmission, and the transmission then spins the wheels. The crankshaft is almost as long as the entire width of your engine, and is held at each end by seals that serve to keep the oil that gets pumped around the engine block inside. If you were to jam a wooden pencil sideways through two opposite sides of a milk carton and then spin the pencil, all the milk would leak out unless you put seals where the pencil enters and exits the carton. Replacing either of the two seals on most engines is labour intensive and will cost about three to four hours worth. You can calculate a cost based on hourly rates at your local garage plus whatever a new seal costs. I have no idea of the part cost of a seal for your car. You can usually operate a car with leaky seals so long as you keep replacing the lost oil. At some point in the fairly distant future, though, the seal will get so worn out it dumps all your oil out faster than you can pour it in and if you run your car with no oil it will die very. very. fast. Leaking oil is also an environmental hazard and depending where you live could be grounds for citations and fines.
your heater core is leaking
cry because its probaly lower intake manifold leaking which is 500-700 to fix
Fixing the rocker panels on a 1995 Chevy Corsica will not compromise the frame. Fixing this will help the vehicle last longer as far as rust goes.
Heater core is leaking. Air Conditioner drain hose is plugged.
The gas tank on a 1990 Chevy Corsica is 15.6 gallons. A 1990 Chevy Corsica takes unleaded gas not premium.
A 1989 Chevy Corsica 2.0 sedan weights about 2595 pounds. The 1989 Chevy Corsica 2.0 automatic sedan weight 2623 pounds.
where is the over drive solenoid located on a 1989 Chevy Corsica
where is the trunk release button for 1993 chevy corsica
it looks like a corsica
The evaporator for a Chevy Corsica can not be unclogged. When it gets blocked, the evaporator can only be replaced.
A Haynes or chiltons manual has the how to. Or do a search for a forum for Chevy corsica specific
Where is the Water Pump located and how do you replace it on a 1990 Chevy Corsica?
Because its a Chevy corsica not a ford corsica!!!!!
where would i locate the fuse for the fuel pump on a 1995 Chevy corsica
Ask the same question at batauto.com in the forum for transmissions. Koug
1991 Corsica its under the trottle body
removal of 95 chevy corsica
As far as I know there is no carburetor in an 89 Chevy corsica.
The Chevy Corsica headlight relay switch is located in the fuse box. The headlight relay switch will be in the third column.
Yes it should. cavalier/corsica 90-95; most parts will be interchangeable.
It will take an experience mechanic approximately 8 hours to replace the timing belt in your 1992 Chevy Corsica. The 1992 Chevy Corsica does not have each timing chain, it has a timing belt.
Correction: It is a 1995 Chevy Corsica. Not a 1996.
cost to replace heater core 1994 corsica