For the 3.3 & 3.8L, it is on the pass-side before the crank-shaft.You can access it from above.Remove tension from the belt.Use a 10mm short socket to remove bolts from pulley .remove bolts attaching pump to block.Replace as directed.Pretty simple fix.GL
open the tailgate, with a 10mm socket remove the three retaining screws. remove from body. Twist and remove from rear of lens the bulb that requires changing. Twist and remove the bulb from the socket. Replace bulb and follow above sequence in reverse.
It's easy its just above the starter remove the starter with 1/2" socket your crank sensor is right there one 10mm socket
First, remove the pillon seat behind the driver seat. Use a metric socket wrench to remove the mounting bolt at the back center of the pillon. Note the 'retaining strap' over the pillon. You can remove one of the side screws that hold this strap and swing it aside, but this is not absolutely necessary. Once the pillon mounting bolt is out, lift the pillon slightly and pull it to the rear. Be careful not to let metal parts scratch your rear fender. Now look at the hex socket bolts holding the driver seat to the rear fender. These are removed with a metric hex wrench (Allen wrench). Don't mess with these unless you can fit the bolt socket exactly. There should be a hex wrench in your Vulcan toolkit. When these have been removed, the driver seat can be lifted up and back to remove. It's a real mess under there, isn't it? To re-install, reverse the order of the above -- driver's seat goes in first, bolts secured and then the pillon. Don't force anything. If either seat is hanging up above its mounting position, you don't have the seat 'tongue' in its socket.
Just to the left of the Oil filter as you look at it from above. You'll need a 24mm Long socket to remove it. No need to drop the oil out to remove it.
Remove the plastic cover on top of the camshaft cover (the cover reads VOLVO 24 VALVE. You will need a Torx 24 to remove the fasteners and a 10mm socket to remove the coils above the spark plugs.
First remove the grille, then the moulding above the lights. Next remove mouldings under the lights. There are bolts holding the assembly in the car. One, under the assembly, is deep and requires an extension on a 10 mm socket.
theres a small panel that removes just above the small shelve on the right just below the steering wheel remove panel and plug is at the top
It is located under rightside of the instrument panel. You have to see above at the brake pedal. Use 10mm socket and longer extension to remove it.
Remove that wide black plastic piece above the headlights. Then using a 4 mm socket you have to turn the screws with black plastic around them.
Just above the oil filter-in the engine block-They make a socket to remove them-get them at the auto parts store.
The oil pressure switch is bad.It is located in the back of the engine above the oil filter.Use a 27mm deep socket to remove it.Part costs about $40.00.
Look up above the license plate holder and you will see the lens held in place by two screws. Remove those two screws and drop the lens. Remove the socket by turning it slightly counter-clockwise which will allow it to come free of the housing. Pull the bulb straight out of the socket and replace. Assemble in reverse order.
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to remove the battery in the 95 grand prix you have to remove the the cross member bar(i think a 7/16 socket will fit the bolts) that is above the windshild wiper fluid bottle and battery once you remove the bar then remove the windshield wiper fluid bottle, after that you can remove the battery i also have a 95 grand prix and had to remove the battery twice before and that is what i had to do to get to the battery.
release the belt tension at the auto tensioner remove the belt at the alternator only remove the three holddown bolts using a 10 mm socket and ratchet remove the battery wire in back of alternator using a small pick remove the remaining wiring harness if needed remove the pulley to install reverse the above procedure forgot to mention remove the positive connection at the battery
When you open the hood, there should be a panel behind/above the light socket, remove that, unplug the light and check the size of the light find the same size and replace it.
There is 1 on each side of the block, they will be in the center just above the oil pan where it bolts to the block. It takes a 1/2 inch 6 point socket to remove them.
Above the oil filter, where it screws on. You'll need a special socket to remove/install a new one.
above the oil filter is the stock oil pressure sending unit , remove it ..i believe its a 24mm socket , screw in new sending unit , use socket or wrench to tighten , connect aftermarket wire . you must lift vehicle , its almost impossible to do from above . you will spill some oil being that you must remove the oil filter , this would be a good time to change oil to avoid wasting what you spill when removing oil filter .
Remove the dash trim above glove box. Then remove the trim above stereo, this will reveal 2 screws, remove these and the stereo slides out.
Remove brake lines from master cylinder. Remove the two bolts attaching master cylinder to vacuum booster. remove vacuum hose from vacuum booster. It just pulls out of booster but will give you a little resistence. Remove cover above gas and brake pedals on drivers side floor board. While laying on your back or right arm look up into dash and find and disconnect brake pedal linkage/rod from brake pedal (there is usually a pin with a clip holding this together). Then remove 4 bolts attaching vacuum booster to fire wall. Go back under hood and remove vacuum booster.
Mine was leaking from the Oil Sensor/Oil Switch. It can be found right above the oil filter on the IL6. I used a 1-1/16 deep socket to remove it.
The question isn't very clear, so if I'm not answering it correctly you might want to be more specific in your questioning. Make sure the lamp is not plugged into an electrical source before starting the directions below: It sounds like you have a lamp, maybe it has an existing socket or not? But the socket (where you screw the bulb into) is the part of the lamp that will determine if it is going to be three way or not. If you have an existing socket, remove it by loosening the set screw at the bottom, the it will probably be screwed to a shaft, so rotate the socket counter-clock-wise, as the base is separated from the socket, you can remove the wires from the socket by either cutting them or removing the bottom portion of the socket to gain access to the screws where the wire is fastened. Then simple attach the wires to the 3-way socket and reverse the steps above.
cover the eye with a sterile gauze and apply pressure