were is the crankshaft sensor located on a 1987 Pontiac Grand AM with a 2.5L engine
The regulator won't be shown separately on your Pontiac. Most GM vehicles of that vintage had Alternators with built in regulators.
That is not a question, but rather a statement.
Inside the alternator
Take it to the shop:)
Between 165 and 225 depending on exactly which model. http://www.thirdgen.org/1987-pontiac-firebird
Nothing, the GTA didn't come out until 1987.
The Trans Am GTA was not intruduced until 1987.
The firing order on a 1987 Pontiac Grand Am 3.0 V-6 is 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. The number one cylinder is on the front left as you face it.
voltage regulator on 1987 ford f250
Most of the dashes have printed circuits and they can get cracks or loose grounds.
Under the dash, either on the brake pedal's arm itself, or to the support structure.
Will a 1987 Grand Am 3.0 motor fit in a 1985 Buick Century 3.0?
The voltage regulator, on your 1987 Ford Van, is located on the firewall in the engine compartment. The voltage regulator should be on the passenger side of the firewall.
Its on the upper right hand side of the motor right above the coil
there may not be one if there is it is on the bottom if not you just remove the bottom radiator hose to drain
You can find the voltage regulator for your 1987 Toyota on top of the alternator. The voltage regulator is attached to the alternator with two retaining screws.
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
The voltage regulator is built into the Alternator!!
Yes the voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
Assuming your 1987 300E does not have a cabin air filter... The blower resistor/regulator is located beneath the blower motor. Follow the procedure for getting to the blower motor, then remove the motor by diconnecting the red and blue wires. Then remove the motor cradle. There are 2 hex-head screws securing the blower regulator. Remove them, then wiggle the regulator out carfeuuly, toward the drivers side (left) of the car. There is a pin in the bottom of the regulator that fits in a hole underneath it, so you have to work that pin out of the hole below the regulator. The regularor you need is available from several vendors. The Replacement-brand SKU is REPM191902. The original Mercedes part number is 2015400845. IF your vehicle has a cabin air filter, the procedure is similar, but the Replacement SKU for the part is REPM191901. BE VERY sure you order the correct part. The wrong part would be electrically equivalent but has a very different shape and will not fit.
usually, the regulator is located inside of the alternator.
Pontiac - album - was created in 1987.
The voltage regulator/rectifier is mounted on the battery case.
Pretty much a bolt in, you will need motor mounts for the 400 Pontiac, the transmission will bolt up since Buick, olds, Pontiac have the same bellhousing. I have found headers from a 1968-1972 GTO will fit with some slight mods. I helped a friend install a 400 Pontiac in a 1981 Grand Prix that had a 231 V6 some years ago, was pretty straight forward. Only real problem we encountered was the car overheated with the thin single row V6 Radiator, that was easily solved with a 3 core radiator.