It sounds like you have dirty/loose battery connections, a bad ground, loose ground wire on the engine block, loose hot wire at the starter, bad starter, or bad ignition switch. I have a 95 Chevy lumina and i have rebuilt the starter, replaced the solenoid, put shims between the starter and transmission, changed the battery cable. Jesse
Consider this - I have a 91' Chevy lumina with 256k miles on it, and aside from an oil leak, it still runs like a top
Lift hood, look down between engine and radiator on right side of engine bay. The unit that looks like a coffee can with and orange juice can hung off of it with a large wire from the battery going to it is the starter and solenoid.
See them below-
On top of the starter - looks like a juice can
Sounds like head gasket is leaking
The starter is in the frount up under the car towards the middle of the car it almost looks like an oil fillter but a bit smaller.
On top of the starter--Looks like a juice can
On our 1995 Chevy S10 pick up, it's on the passenger side behind motor...looks kind of like a cylinder running lengthwise of the truck. On our 1995 Chevy S10 pick up, it's on the passenger side behind motor...looks kind of like a cylinder running lengthwise of the truck.
Need to know if it is, or not,the coupe. Also, what engine.
Its most likely the brake switch. Its a plunger like switch on the brake pedal. Its pretty easy and cheap to change.
You have to take off the air filter and the starter has like two bolts holdin it in
i have a 3.1 in mine and i get like 20 city and 24 highway
Nope call a parts store, same part number>?? also ...everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional shop manual available for FREE to make copies of...read up and repair like a PRO! Dave :)
as far as headlights, side mirrors its all the same from 99-01, transmission it is the best to contact local salvage yard , they have parts interchange book to see what fits
The 1995 Chevy Conversion Van is a large vehicle with what some describe as an old school conversion van appearance. The 1995 Chevy Conversion Van gets about 13 miles to the gallon.
On my 92 lumina it is right behind the wheel bearing hub assembly. It'll be right above the pulse ring which looks like a big gear that is used by the magnetic pickup (sensor) to determine wheel speed or slip. http://www.rockauto.com/catalog/raframecatalog.php?carcode=1054022&parttype=1912&a=FRc1054022k82691
Sounds like the starter is "dragging" - happens when the bushings are worn. Can be overhauled if you are mechanicaly inclined, otherwise replace the starter.
Sounds like a bad connection on the starter. Unhook the battery cables and then take the starter down and LOOK at the starter wires and make sure there tight and not touching each other.
On my 96' Lumina and most modern GM vehicles, (maybe not all) the startersolenoid is attached to the starter by two screws. Simply follow your positive battery cable and it will lead you directly to it. However, I know that there are some that come as one unit. Just call a local parts store like Checker or Autozone.
it has 1 short bolt and 1 long bolt
You add fluid through the dipstick tube. There is no cap like the oil.
It is on the passenger side underneath the exhaust manifold and likely has a heat shield around it so, it may not look like starter.
on ebay search for NEW STARTER CHEVY 4.3L S10 BLAZER, C SERIES TRUCK 99 00 01 02 03 04 & ASTRO VAN this gives you an image.
It looks like an aluminum cylinder about 8" high by about 3 1/2" in diameter with 2 large fittings attached to it.