On the distributor.
The oil filter on a 1990 Pontiac 6000 is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is on the side of the motor all the way to the rear, near the firewall.
Noises are hard to diagnoise without hearing them. Take it to a garage.
Should be at the bottom or rear of radiator
Firing order 1-2-3-4-5-6
have a pontiac 6000 2.5 motor and it wont stay running
No they dont. Althou some of the sister cars (Buick Century, Olds Cutlass Ciera) did.
with air or with out? There should be a white label on your core support or hood underside to show you with air
It is a very involved procedure. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or from AUTOREPAIR2000.COM
Yes there are differences in the Chevy 2.8L engines. Without intending to do an exhaustive list, here are a few differences: The early engines were designated X and Z. The X engines were about 105 hp, the Z engines were around 130 hp. It varied some through the years. The X and Z engines all had carburetors, cast iron heads and distributor ignition. Engines used in Citations, Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 were for front wheel drive. Engines used in Camaros, Firebirds were rear wheel drive engines. Yes, there is supposed to be some minor differences in the engine blocks. They may have been used in other models, I'm not sure. In 1985 the Z engine was replaced with the W engine. It was fuel injected but still used cast iron heads and distributor ignition. It also was about 130 horsepower. It was used in 1985 & 1986 Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000s as front wheel drive, and Camaro and Firebird as rear wheel drive. It continued in Camaro and Firebird at least until 1988. 1987 the W engine was redesigned for Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 with aluminum heads, the fuel injected system was modified some and it changed to distributor less ignition. That engine became the 3.1L engine in Chevy Celebrities and Pontiac 6000 in the 1990 model year. It also may have been used in other cars, not sure about that.
The LH0 ("T-code") was introduced in 1988 on the Pontiac 6000 STE AWD. It featured a more exotic (for the time) multi-port fuel injection. While not known for its high RPM power, the LH0 has strong low- and mid-range torque. That, combined with its iron intake manifold reliability, gave the 3.1 L engine an excellent reputation. It was produced until 1996 and was exported in some models. This engine produced 140hp and 180lb/ft of torque.Uses: * 1988-1991 Pontiac 6000 * 1990 Chevrolet Celebrity * mid 1989-1993 Pontiac Grand Prix * mid 1989-mid 1993 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme * mid 1989-1993 Buick Regal * 1990-1994 Chevrolet Lumina * 1990-1994 Chevrolet Cavalier * 1991-1994 Pontiac Sunbird http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GM_60-Degree_V6_engine#LH0
Yes it is priming the system