where is the emc located on a 1988 olds cutlass?
NO, not even close.
Where is the location of fuel filter on a 1987 oldsmobile 98?
You're on the wrong forum.
Umm, at the bottom most point of the engine block...
He is 21 right now but his birthday is November 5, 1987
The camshaft sensor on the 99 Olds Intrigue is located on the engine block. It is under the starter, which has to be removed to locate the camshaft sensor.
This question needs to be clarified. What block and heads do you want to install? Chevy, Pontiac, Olds....which one?
on the block towards the firewall........tuner1978
A 1987 Chevy Caprice Classic with the original engine does have a carb and the engine is a 305, because I have one. This can have a 307. I have an 87 Caprice Estate Wagon, with a 5.0 liter 307 olds. Which, is actually for sale.
only if they are both rear wheel drive or both front wheel drives
the block,heads and valve covers were a dark forest like green
They are way down on the sides of the block. They should be near the exhaust manifold
Mounted on the engine block. Follow the fuel lies from the carburetor and you will find the pump.
Thermal relay is stuck. Replace it.
If it's fuel injected, inside the tank. Carburated, attached to the engine block.
Try in or near the fuse block Perhaps left side of steering column by firewall?
how to remove timing cover with heater pipe attached 92 olds 88 3.8l
It is located directly above the starter. Remove the starter and you will see it going into the side of the engine block.
I believe the engine has to come out and the block has to be opened up because the head gasket is in the center
constant power - orange power when key turned on - yellow
On a 3.4 liter engine the block heater plug is located slightly below and to the left of the exhaust manifold. You can access the block heater plug by reaching over the top of the engine or from the left side, under the alternator and belts.
That all depends on what you mean by "fit". If it is originally an Olds motor, then any small block Olds will drop right in.If it's a V-6 you are going to have to change frame mount locations to drop in any V-8. If it's originally a Chevy V-8 engine, then any small block Chevy will drop right in.If you want to do a little fabricating just about any engine will fit in that car. I've seen big block Chevys in many of them. For this swap, you really have to watch the clearance around the A/C box....if so equipped.
I have a 1992 Olds with the 3800 engine; the block heater is almost inaccessible. The engine is sideways and the block heater is in the frost plug location just over the frame at the back. Suggestion: unless it is leaking just take the frost plug out in the front of the engine and install the block heater there where it is accessible. Duane