check for vacuum leaks that wull usually cause this problem
5 on 100mm. Very common on FWD GM and Chrysler vehicles of the era.
A vacuum leak can do that. Check the gasket at the base of the throttle body for leaks. It was common for that gasket to crack and allow a vacuum leak. With the engine running, spray carb cleaner around the base of the throttle body. If the idle changes briefly while you are spraying that area you have found the leak.
beside the gas tank.
In an owners manual from MOTORLIT.COM
It will take dexron or mercon
depends on engine, mounting, body, ecm, and about a million other things, but possibily
i need help on how to replace the pin in my 1989 Chevy beretta gt please help me
Yes it will, but you have to put all the blazer engine stuff onto the beretta engine...
The voltage regulator is in the alternator.
It requires a special socket to fit it.
start by checking the master cylinder break booster by unplugging the vacuum hose connecting it to the intake manifold and capping it, if it starts easier you might have an internal failure in the booster. If not, check for leaks in the hose its self and manifold leaks.
Check the heater core in the 1989 Cavalier for leaks, as this is a common place. If the core is ok, then spray the vehicle at a car wash around all windows to find the source of the leak.
146325 out of haynes repair manual
In the right rear of the valve cover.
no there is not,if its automatic than its the trans cooler
http://forum.topspeedautogroup.com/ thats all i can say...
where can i find a vacuum line diagram for 1989 ford 2.9 liter engine
There are many. All hoses get their vacuum from the intake manifold. (plenum)
there isn't one because there is a vent on the top of the transmission.
The vacuum modulator on a 1989 Chevy K-1500 4wd 5.7 is underneath the transmission. It can be reached from under the car.