34 psi front, 30-32 rear
the tire pressure should be on a 1998 mercury tracer 32 rear and 32 front also check the passenger front door pillar it will tell you. the pillar is were the door latches to....
28 to 32lbs
tire pressure should be on a sticker on the drivers door.
Check the label on the drivers door jamb for recommended pressure.Check the label on the drivers door jamb for recommended pressure.
6.5'' Front 6.5'' Rear IIRC
One, and it is located in front of the left rear wheel.
Remove the positive cable from your 1998 Saturn battery. Remove the cables from the front of the starter. Remove the starter retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install the new starter.
32 psi front and back tires
The relay is mounted to the horn itself under front bumper
Check the label on the end of the drivers door indicating tire size and recommended inflation pressure
Most cars have a chart on the door frame that gives the recommended tire pressure.
32 psi recommended pressure is embossed on the side of each tire for safety purpose it will read (35psi)or what ever the rating is on that tire. different size tires have different pressure. it is recommended to stay 1-2 pounds under
It's under the front housing. You need to take the front pulley and everything that's in the way, THEN you can get to the timing chain.
Front 30PSI Rear 29 PSI
Return of Saturn was created in 1998.
Viva Saturn ended in 1998.
autozone.com has online manuals that give step by step how to
How to fold down rear seats in 1998 Saturn
According to the 1998 Toyota Sienna Users Manual the recommended tire sizes for the 1998 Sienna front wheel drive van are: P205/70R15 - Tire Pressure: 35 psi - Wheel Size: 15 x 6.5jj P215/65R15 - Tire Pressure: 32 psi - Wheel Size: 15 x 6.5jj Wheel Nut Torque 77 lbf
One can change the fuel pump in a 1998 Saturn SL2 by taking it to a local Saturn dealership for the original fuel pump part from the Saturn manufacturer.
the rear shoes are not adjusted up properly to the drum. a slight drag is recommended for proper braking.
the oil pressure switch is located on the back of the engine block closest to the alternator. it has a single Tan wire running to it, and a Grey connector.
if its a manual transmission its your pressure plate if its an automatic it could be the disc attached to your flywheel