how u take off a transmission speed control sensor on a 1996 chev lumina
look for a plug on a coolant pipe that has 1 black and 1 yellow wire that will be the coolant temp. sensor
Try replacing coolant temp sensor.
you would have to look up your specific model on a website like autozone. on my 97 lumina, the sensor is 18.99. where it will cost you, unless you replace it yourself, is labor at the shop. ive had mine estimated at 150$ I was just quoted $200 for a crankshaft sensor replacement in a 1998 Chev Lumina.
how do u replace the starter on a 95 chev lumina?
you should check the crank sensor and ignition modual
I need a diagram for vacuum system for a 1995 chev lumina 3.1
where is the abs wheel sensor on a 2004 chev calavier thanks
You will have to call a parts store for the price. I have a Chev car and it was $18 and I have a Chev truck and the sensor was $ 100.
It is screewed into the driver's side head between the first two spark plugs up front.
Your owner's manual will have that info...my '97 chev lumina 3.1 holds 61 litres...according to the manual...
Depends on your climate. Check your drivers manual.
Looking at the front of the engine. You will see it screwed into the intake manifold just to the left of the thermostat housing. that would be were the top radiator hose clamps to.
96 chev leaking out everywhere
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Anywhere BUT the control arm. I did that and it ruined my car.
It has a serpentine belt that runs all the accessories not just the fan
How do you change a camshaft sensor on a 2002 chev. trailblazer
It is part of the speedometer.
Engine coolant temp sensor, Engine oil pressure sensor, Crank sensor, Cam sensor, Bank 1 O2 sensor, Bank 2 O2 sensor (V-6), Post catalytic converter O2 sensor, EVAP (fuel system) pressure sensor, Fuel level sensor, VSS (Vehicle Speed) sensor, ABS wheel speed sensors, to name a few,
Fire... Where there is smoke, there is fire.
The circuit 1 knock sensor would be located on the lower right side of the engine block (passenger side). You will need to drain the coolant from the radiator and be prepared for the passenger side of the block to drain coolant when the knock sensor is removed. After you disconnect the electrical connection to the knock sensor, the knock sensor simply unthreads from the block counterclockwise. Apply a thread sealant to the threads of the new sensor and install, no need to over tighten, this is a tapered pipe thread.
if you press the pedal to much that is what can cause the engine to flood