The 1991 Chevy Lumina is fuel injected and has no carburetor.
It is located on the firewall right behind carborator.
If you buy a carburetor kit (gaskets, needle&seat, check ball, accellerator pump, etc) it will (SHOULD!) come with a full diagram and instructions. Didn't Mitsubishi use TBI injection in 91? Not sure. If it's TBI injection, it's a whole different story.
I have attached a link for the 91 B2200 vacuum diagram, it should be almost the same. Mazdatrucking.com is a great resource with lots of info on repairs.
facing the car it is on the bottom right side. Turn the vavlve counter clockwise and pull out.
In a Fisher body manual for theat year car probably from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM
See them below-
No, it has a throttle body fuel injection system (TBFI). It may look like a carburetor but it is not. The injector is mounted inside the throttle body that looks like a carburetor.
Toyota ae 91 4AF Vacuum hose diagram
If 31 are boxcars then 91-31 = 60 are NOT boxcars. So 60/91 of the train are not boxcars.
The intake rear...next to Alternator...This is what I have found out.
If it is a FWD configuration 3.8 V6, then yes
That truck doesn't have a carburetor. It has a throttle body fuel injection system.
91 is composite.
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
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Should be the dial right in the center of the dashboard, the one that says "MPH" on it
the timing marks are not on crankgear on cam gear Chevy Lumina 3.1 1995 would it be keyway to keyway