That is 31,000 ml
The #1 cylinder on 90 to 93 3.1L engines is on the rear towards firewall (passenger side) on 86-89 models it is on front, towards radiator (passenger side). *The cylinders are numbered 1-3-5 left to right on the back of the engine and 2-4-6 left to right at the front.
31L is 310 deciliters.
depends on the age and quality
hahaha.... bleeh bio 31L bro?
On the bottom of the motor.
No, I just recently was on a CRJ-900 that took off 31L.
there are 3 in the front and 3 in the back of the motor near the fire wall
You can remove the throttle body. It is then so much easier to get to the bolts for the thermostat housing.
123456 is the firing order from the GM HAYNES REPAIR MANUEL
I removed the ignition coils, that gave me a hole big enough to reach down to the back plugs throught the top.Answeri changed mine in my 96 grand am v6 in 10 minutes you can get them all on back from driver side by the brake booster or you can remove the alternator and get direct access to all 3 on the back side It can be done without doing this, but the easiest way is to tilt the engine forward.AnswerI have a 96 grand am gt 3.1 I just changed plugs and wires yesterday not really that hard to get to.
This is a real pain to diagnose on the GM cars. In your case I'd start by replacing the coolant sensor. It may not be showing correctly and it's fairly inexpensive. Perhaps that will fix it. I'm wrestling with an issue myself that I haven't figured out. The fan comes on when I unplug the coolant sensor....which it is supposed to do. It comes on with the A/C, and it comes on when I check the codes...all things it's supposed to do. But it won't come on when the car gets hot enough to overheat.....and it's had two brand new sensors put in. Hope you have better luck than I've had.
All O2 sensors are located on the exhaust system. Start at the exhaust manifold and work your way backward, and count them.
Does it have a miss? check plugs and wires. Also a possibility of a bad throttle position sensor.
Runway 13R/31L = 14,572 ft 13L/31R = 10,000 ft 4L/22R = 11,351 ft 4R/22L = 8,400 ft
I have the same issue it is the map sensor
The best way to find out is go to your local auto parts store, ask for a haynes or chiltons manual on your vehicle. This will tell you everything you need to know about working on your vehicle.
The original runways (that I know of) are: 1L 7L 31R (8000ft at the time) 31L (9500ft) 1R (Closed in the 50s) 7R (Closed in the 60s) 4 (8000ft now 4L, 1949) 4R (Added 1959)
the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank witch is located under the car in front of the rear axel. fairly easy to replace. if u can take it apart u can put it back together
the torque converter clutch soelinoid needs to be replaced.your computer should have a trouble code.(tcc.error-###) it is labor intensive repair and should be serviced by seasoned mechanic.
This is the Length to Weight Ratio ie: (Balance Point). Example: A 31L /21oz would be 31 inches long and 21 ounces in weight. The higher the negative number the lighter the bat is (for quicker bat speed).