Remove the upper intake and there it is.
Ni. If you don't have fuel preasure, check the pump relay.
The smaller port is the Low side port.
There is a fee, something like $27.00 a yr. But well worth it. The site is www.alldatadiy.com Good Luck
Popping noice on my 97 bravada
This is for a 97 Blaazer but it is the same procedure as I used it to replace the switch in my own 97 Bravada.
a low oil sensor
on the back of the compressor
The low pressure port is the same place that you add Freon to your air conditioning system. The low pressure port will have a blue top.
bolted low on the engine passenger side below the front head
Any name brand 5w30
I'm assuming you're asking for the application??? If so, it fits a 1949-56 Olds 303ci or 324ci low deck/small port engine and fits Stromberg 48/97 carbs.
I have a 97 olds aurora. It gets 19-23 mpg on a good day, but depending how you drive it can get as low as 16 mpg average.
You can add freon on the low side service port that is located on the accumulator next to the firewall................
smart trac always on
The low side ac port is mounted close to the firewall. While its beside of the high sided port, the sizes are different to prevent accidentally connecting to the wrong one.
There is a web site www.idqusa.com that will tell you were the low side port is located on a 97 Malibu. Just click on the locate low side port. There is much more helpfull information about your vehicle ac system as well.
I ran into this issue as well. My Hayne's tech manual says to follow the large tube from the condensor to the compressor and that its on top of the compressor but the picture shows the port on the left hand side while my 97 3.9L has the high pressure port on the right. The low pressure port (and the only one that the recharge connector will fit on) is actually just to the left of the radiator. Interesting to find some much contradiction when it comes to something as simple as location of the low and high pressure ports.
under dash behind the knee bolster,near the cigerette lighter
Under the air filter box. You'll have to remove the box to get at it.
You can get a detail layout of the AC system on the following website. Your low side port is actually located on the Accumulator.
You would add R-134a to the low side port. It is on the larger diameter line coming out of the fire wall just before it enters into the accumulator. You can find a drawing of this on the link below. Just click on the "Find Your Car's Low Side Port" icon.
There is none. Gm vehicles are not equipped with an inertia switch.
What do you mean? Decelerate how? When?