The 3.4 twin cam 24v engine was an optional motor to the 3.1 base model. And the 3.4 was standard to the Lumina Z34 and LTZ model which was later phased out for the 3800.
HAYNES REPAIR MANUAL covering 1995-2001 Lumina, Monte Carlo, and Impala (FWD) page 2A-1 states...cylinder location (engine--the part where you put the spark plugs) when looking from the front of the vehicle the cylinders are numbered from left to right 2-4-6 (front part of engine); 1-3-5 left to right (rear of engine). Firing order 1-2-3-4-5-6. At the other end of the spark plug wire you should find a "bank" which matches the spark plug wire with the corresponding port. The "bank" from left to right when standing in front of the vehicle is 5-2-3-6-4-1. Spark plug wires should be from number 1 cylinder to number 1 on the bank. Then number 2 cylinder to number 2 on the bank, etc.
It's 1-2-3-4-5-6 and that's from the owners manual of a 97 lumina.
Yes, the size 38W x 34L and XL are considered a size. 38W is the waistline and 34L is the length. XL stands for extra large.
it is located right underneath the throttle body just look down there and youll see it :)
32 W× 34L
The ignition module cannot be tested with an ohm meter. Todays cars are more complicated than the 80's car which can be tested with an ohm meter. It can only be test with a tech 1 scan tool, which are very expensive
Actually, I had a 97 Beretta engine put into my 95 Lumina and it was fine.
the plug gap is 0.60. hope this helps...
The horse power is 175
195 fp n 205 for gt
That's the waist and the inside leg measurement in inches.
You can still get the OEM parts from most Yamaha dealers! They will probably have to order most parts. Or you can look online. there are many sites that sell the OEM parts. I own a 1984 XT600 and I've had no problems finding parts. I hope this helps you!
clean iac sensor and o ring
Answer: 68 L NO22NO + O2 ------> 2NO2>68 L + 34 L --> 68 L + some 'left over' NO
You could do as the last guy suggested, which would be a good idea...BUT...in the case that you pull all these plugs out at on time, here are a few good ways to know what firing order they go in: 1. You can go off of the length of the wires. The wires only reach so far and non of them should be over stretched or dangling. 2. The cylinder's order is   <---back of engine     <---front of engine 3. Cylinder 1 ignition coil is ALWAYS connected to number 4 Cylinder 3 ignition coil is ALWAYS connected to number 6 Cylinder 5 ignition coil is ALWAYS connected to number 2 This is a funky order set up, but that is how it is on the 3.4L V6 engine of my 96 Toyota T100. Hopefully that helps.
15 fp then 75 degrees This is why this site is really lame, this guy/gal is dangerous. the correct value is 44ft/lbs then 90 degree turn +- 5 degrees
Denver International's 16R - 34L is 16000 X 200 feet. That is longer than Kennedy's Space Center which is 15000 feet. Although I'm not sure it it is in fact the longest paved runway in the U.S.
The location for the O2 sensor(s) are on the exhaust manifold in front(before catalyst, catalytic converter) for checking emissions from combustion chamber or behind (after catalyst) for analyzing emissions from the catalytic converter.
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my girlfriends car is doing the same. it is known ot be the crankshaft sensor. your have two of them one behind the balancer and one under the exhuast manafold on the oxygen sensor side. most likely its the one under the balancer. sometimes its bolth
Ther is usually a temp switch on your radiator that controls the fan. it is normally open when cool and closed at 220. if you want to test your fan you can pull the wires from the switch and put a wire acros the leads this powers the fan to on. if the fan powers on replace the faulty switch.
For the computer, it is located... Well follow your throtle cable down to the top of you engine. Just below where it attaches, you'll see a two wire plug. Remove the plug, and...there it is. Use a 3/4 in. socket. Now, if we are talking the one for the gauge.... I'll have to let you know. That's what I am here looking for. Adam Shump firstname.lastname@example.org
Use a code scanner to check the engine diagnostic codes. If you see any problems fix that first. If there are no issues, check fuel pressure at the fuel rail test port. If the fuel pressure is low either at an idle or when driving under full power, check and/or replace the fuel filter.
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Verify the plug wires are connected correctly. Look here: http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-1312.htm It can also be a bad spark plug, or plug wire. A burnt valve or blown head gasket is another possibility. A weak injector on that cylinder is possible. A compression check is in order if the ignition system is found to be OK. This will detect a blown gasket or burnt valve.
DARKSEID007 My Advice: The best thing to do is to tighten the sparkplugs down with a ratchet and socket till it is just tight enough to not turn by your fingers. (SNUG if you will technical terms) then you take the ratchet and turn it 1/4 of a turn and it will tighten it enough without overtightening or stripping the threads out of the motor. 1/4 means if u have the ratchet end at a 12 o' clock position turn it till the end of the ratchet goes around to the 3 o' clock position. Hope this helps.