I have a 92 lumina with a 3.1 and I found the crank sensor to be located on the passenger side of the engine in the back of the engine NOT on the side of the engine below the knock sensor. Hello, in my experience, all O2 sensors are located in the exhaust just after the manifold. It appears easy enough to change. If it is the crank position sensor you are looking for, take a look around the main pulley at the bottom of the engine, you may see a square-ish component located close to the actual pulley wheel, this would be the crank position sensor, it should have wires connected to it.
Your vehicle speed sensor. I Believe it is located near your transmission under the car. fairly easy to replace
It is located in the oil pan. Fairly big job to replace.
`150-200 (rotor about 80.00-approx.) You can do it yourself if you are fairly handy.
you should be able to take the cover off the driver's door by unscrewing it,then unplug the window switch and replace it,fairly easy..
The water pump is located in the middle of the front of the engine. The water pump is fairly easy to reach and replace.
the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank witch is located under the car in front of the rear axel. fairly easy to replace. if u can take it apart u can put it back together
The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minutes. The blower motor resistor is located under the front dash on the passenger side of the truck. It is a fairly simple job to replace...maybe 15 minutes.
i have a 89 Chevy lumina but im fairly certaint ur fus is going to be located in same place wich there is a fuse box under the hood there it should have 3 or 4 big block size fuses mine was one of them it should tell you on the fuse pannel its self
Knock sensors can be a pain to get to (located under the intake manifold) combined with being fairly cheap, it would be better just to put a new one on by the time you get to it. If you have a code indicating the knock sensor is bad just replace it and save yourself a headache.
Just had my turn signal switch replaced, for the second time, on my '98 Chevy Lumina. I paid $260 to a fairly trustworthy auto repair mechanic
I have a 1990 Lumina Euro 3.1 that done this and it about drove me crazy. I had replaced all 3 coil packs and thought it fixed it but then it happened again. Come to find out it was the ECM that sits directly under the coil packs. It's fairly easy to replace but the starter wire is in the way of the center coil pack, so you may have to remove it. Hope this helps.
It is fairly simple, easier on a manual transmission. If you search for subaru forums, a lot of them have do it yourself write ups, with pictures even!
Replacing a bathroom sink is fairly easy and definitely worth it for you to do for yourself. You can find instructions on how to replace it here: http://www.ehow.com/how_2099972_replace-bathroom-sink.html
It is located in the front of the engine towards the top. If you follow the radiator hose it will lead you to the thermostat. There are two bolts that hold it in place. You can remove the bolts fairly easily and replace the thermostat. It is important that you make sure that everything is clean when you reassemble everything.
possibly low on freeon. ** Fairly cheap fix from the local auto parts store.
It is located on the passenger side of the car, bottom of the engine. (just inside of the Right front tire) there are two bolts that hold it on plus the wiring. It can be dropped out in about 5 or 10 minutes and is fairly easy to replace.
It's fairly difficult as you need to replace a seal thing and turn the water off.
The temp blend door actuator is located on the HVAC unit behind the dash assembly. To replace the temp blend door actuator the dash assembly needs to be removed. This is a fairly large job with to many steps to post here. If you intend on doing it yourself I would recommend purchasing a shop manual for that vehicle. The manual will pay for itself after the first job.
Yes. And consider yourself lucky, if you do.
Watch tutorial videos a few times before trying to accomplish the task yourself. This way one won't permanently destroy their motherboard forever, given that they are fairly costly to replace.
Just be yourself! And if they like you, it will be fairly obvious.
It is fairly easy to shampoo your own carpets. I would save the money and do it yourself.
Yup, These handles Break on these cars. Its fairly easy to replace. I did it by myself. Take off the original Door handle assembly and take note exactly how you took it apart, then put the replacement on. Doesn't take that long either. Shouldn't be hard to mess up.
Projection TV's can be fairly easy to repair by yourself. Many times if the TV will not display any sort of image and the screen will not light up at all, it is a result of a burnt out projection bulb. The bulbs are usually $100-$200 to replace and simply slide out and slide in for a quick fix.
It is located right by the catalytic converter and should be fairly easy to swap out. It is located right by the catalytic converter and should be fairly easy to swap out.