The 1991 Chevy Lumina is fuel injected and has no carburetor.
The hazard flasher is for a '91 corsica is located in the convenience center. The turn signal flasher relay is behind the dash panel left of the steering column.
Consider this - I have a 91' Chevy lumina with 256k miles on it, and aside from an oil leak, it still runs like a top
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the timing marks are not on crankgear on cam gear Chevy Lumina 3.1 1995 would it be keyway to keyway
The intake rear...next to Alternator...This is what I have found out.
there is a short some where in the electrical system... or a bad battery.
I think so...
It is located on the firewall right behind carborator.
I have a '91 Cavalier 2.2L My flasher is located behind the fuse box to the left of the steering column. The flasher is mounted against the firewall.
When troubleshooting problems within an engine, it can help to know the firing order. The firing order of a 1991 Chevy Lumina 3.1L is 1-2-3-4-5-6.
Had same problem with My 91 Lumina APV. Changed Starter Relay. Haven't had any problems sence.
well basically you need to fill your coolant system up I'm not familiar with Chevy's but refer to the car manual
facing the car it is on the bottom right side. Turn the vavlve counter clockwise and pull out.
wrap the belt around the pully to hold pully still
well i for one don't know how to do this but I'm pretty darn sure that only the Monte Carlos are 2 door coupes. But they look like Lumina's all the way
there should be 3/8 hole in it for a ratchet to fit it is up or down if you look at it you can tell
Will a transfer case from a 91 Chevy silverrodo fit a 2001 Chevy suburban?
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I own an 89, so they should be set up the same. There are two separate flashers for the 4ways and turn signals. The 4way flasher shoud be clipped under the dash on the driver side and the turn signal flasher is plugged in under the dash on the firewall, also on the driver side.
In a Fisher body manual for theat year car probably from AUTOBOOKSONLINE.COM
I would say as long as you have the right tools and then know how to bleed the lines after you should be fine
i think it you just unclip it on the car not the van the clips are hard to see but they ar on the bottom of the trim my have to use a flathead screwdriver to pry them up and out.
what is the gas mileage on a 91 chevy 4.3 v6