The heater needs to be slid to the on position (i.e. defrost, heat, a/c/, etc) for it to engage. First check to see if the fuse is blown; fuse panel is located underneath ash-tray. If it's O.K., then check the fan motor by hooking it up to the battery. Get a piece of wire and splice into the yellow or/white wire of the fan motor directly to the battery. If it works, then it's most probably the relay located by the right front headlight. If that doesn't work, then it's the engine coolant sensor located in the engine block which can be un-screwed & replaced with a new one. Good Luck!
Possible reasons for overheating: Low or out of coolant Clog in cooling system Thermostat failure Cooling fan not operating water pump failure
If the Chevy Celebrity radiator is smaller that the Saturn radiator it might well overheat from not enough cooling capacity. If the Chevy Celebrity radiator is the same size or larger than the Saturn radiator I would think it would not over heat.
I would suspect low fuel pressure would cause both conditions.
I had a 1987 Chevy Celebrity that would start and then immediately die. It turned out to be bad fuel injectors. I replaced three fuel injectors and the problem has not returned.
I have not seen a standard Chevy Celebrity with a toggle switch under the dash. I would suspect that is something a previous owner installed.
You could have the start of a head gasket that is leaking. I suggest that you have a shop to add leak detector to the cooling system and check it with a black light.
To answer your question I would need to know the year of your Celebrity as well as which one of the four transmissions it has.
I would think that on size alone it would fit and mount in. Depending on which of the engines the 1985 Celebrity had you might need to make a number of modifications to use the Corsica engine in the Celebrity. The two engines are NOT identical.
Not enough air in the fuel
my '87 celebrity does the same thing sometimes when i change gears from park to drive or even reverse and step on the gas my mechanic says it could be the choke. have it checked
Cooling a magnet would cause the magnets atoms to work slower. THIS would cause the magnetic force to work faster, increasing its strengh.
air in the system needs to be bled
NO. That means the engine is running too hot. Check cooling system.
I would need to know the year and engine type to answer this question.
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There is no way to post the detailed description plus illustrations that would help you do a brake job. I would suggest you consult either a Chilton manual or Haynes manual to help you do a successful brake job on your Chevy Celebrity.
TheChevy Celebrity engine wiring harness would not likely be available new from Chevrolet. The only likely source would be a wrecking yard and prices there vary widely from yard to yard.
most Chevy cps's are located in the timing cover(behind the balancer). I'm not certain on the Celebrity, but it would be a good place to check.AnswerOn my 1986 Celebrity 2.5, it is beneath the intake manifold on the back of the engine.
I would suspect a failing ignition control module.
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Air trapped in the cooling system, try replacing the radiator cap and be sure the reservoir is full to line, it should bleed itself out.
Have you checked to see if the spark plugs are firing?
That would tend to indicate that the alternator was not charging the battery for that interval.
According to one source I found the weight of a 1989 Chevy Celebrity varied between 2751 to 2928 pounds. Actual weight of a given car would depend on engine, transmission and other options.
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