It is underneath the car. Right by where the oil filter is there is a little cap, and that is it.
No, GM vehicles do not have an inertia switch.
It's at the bottom of the dash where your left leg is while driving
I wouldn't give it more than 4 or 5 months, tops.
Not enough info, please reask question with year, make, model, and engine size.
You neeed to repair what is causing the light to come on. Then remove the neg battery cable for 30 seconds.
the rear door of the 94 buick regal is locked & will not open
might be a clogged fuel filter
5 w 30 is what the manufacturer recommends but using 10 w 30 won't hurt. The lower the first number, the better is will run in cold weather.
Doesn't a 94 Buick have Throttle Body Injection? Try running injector cleaner through the fuel system first. As always, follow the manufacturers recomendations.
check that choke is operating correctly
Just turn the housing the bulb is in and pull it out. Remove and replace the bulb the same way. For the rear lights, you have to push on a tab to release the housing the bulbs are in.
must be taking in extra air some where. Check for vacum leaks.
98-94 BUICK, 96-94 CHEVROLET, 98-94 OLDSMOBILE, 00-94 PONTIAC
In the gas tank?
i believe so
Why is 94 corvette running hot
94 Buick Lesabre replaced battery and alternator and the alternator is not charging the battery. Battery light is on and off. Is this fusable link. If so where is it located
I got a '94 Buick Skylark Custom Sedan, but all are the same, first pull your back seat down, just grab it and jerk it and it will fold down where you can work. Then take a knife and pop the black plastic bolts holding the cover on in the back window, this covers the whole back. Then just unscrew the screws holding the speaker in, and then lift out. That's it.
Wiki says 170hp
A 2WD 4L60E from 96 will work for a 94 application, yes.
a good indication of blown head gasket is water in the oil. so if you pull oil dipstick the oil will be white and gooy.also oil in radiator is another indication,and collant leaking from area between head and block
Distributor Assembly Mounting