If you do not know the answer to this, then you should not be driving a vehicle. You should not even have a license. Take your license and throw it away. Or you can just wait until you run out of gas to know that you are empty. Make sure you carry an extra few gallons of gas wherever you go (Unless you don't know where the gas cap is).
in the dash. the one that has an f at the top, and an e at the bottom.
1990 Chevrolet Lumina temperature sender is located on the back side of the thermostat housing. The sender has a wire that goes to the temperature gauge.
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700 R4 transmission.
There is no reset switch for GM fuel pumps. What is the problem you are trying to solve? Stan
Connect a fuel pressure gauge to the schrader valve located on the fuel rail that feeds the fuel injectors.
YES, They are the same engines. That would be a direct bolt in.
Fuse for headlights 1990 Chevrolet suburban is located on the driver's side dash on left right behind the fuse panel. It is just above the parking brake.
It is on driver side of Transmission behind the shift linkage
Where is the Water Pump located and how do you replace it on a 1990 Chevy Corsica?
It is most likely the oil pressure sensor, located on the front of the engine block near the oil filter. There is also a slim possibility that the gauge in the instrument cluster is defective.
yes 90 trough 99 are the same base models
That would be the large diameter line
The most common problem that causes that is Bad valve seals in the head.
About 15 mpg on a 1990 Chevrolet suburban.
On my Chevy lumina it is located right by the gas take on the right side of the car.
It is an Inline fuel filter located along the left side frame rail, on the inside of the frame. Just follow your fuel lines from your fuel tank and its not that hard to miss, its about halfway up the frame
in the glovebox.
If you are replacing make sure that you bench bleed prior to installation
It is inside of the fuel tank. You will need to remove the gas tank to service it.
where are the temperature sending unit located on a 1990 Chevy engine 5.7
It sure did, That is the law on all makes and models.