It is very easy to access in the left hand valve cover near the oil fill opening. This is the valve cover closer to the radiator.
If you pull it up, it will slide out.
1991 Corsica its under the trottle body
The idle air control valve is located on the throttle body, and the EGR valve is located on the intake manifold.
For a 1991 Chevrolet Corsica : My Chilton's Auto Repair Manual shows : ( 15.6 U.S. gallons )
It doesn't have one, it is distributorless.
You have to take the door apart
Green coolant (prestone, etc)
Depends on which engine it has. Try a Google Search.
16.5 to 17.1 gal
Pass side valve cover.
Remove the wiring harness from the back of your 1991 Chevy Corsica turn signal. Remove the turn signal retaining bolts. The entire turn signal will come out. Reverse the process to install the new turn signal.
As soon as you pop the hood, it should be to the left of the engine. it is visible from top view.
YES like night and day.
On my retrofitted to R134-A the fill valve is underneath the airbox. You have to take it out to get to it.
Not an easy job requiring special pullers and tools. I suggest taking it to a garage.
just work with it until you get it open. try getting in and kicking from the inside...
if its a manual transmission its attached to the clutch pedal housing if its an automatic its the shifter
its behind the coil packs on the back of block
On the right side valve cover.
The Chevrolet 3.1 liter V6 does not have a timing belt. It has a timing chain.
YES they are different. They will NOT INTERCHANGE.
along the firewall. take the black cowling pieces off and look near the center of the firewall.
You need to have it checked for codes. If you fix the cause of the codes the light will stay off.
YOU can't. It don't have 1
Probably a fuse. I didn't think they were on the same circuit but they could be. check that first.