On the rear or side of the oil pan
Is there a drain plug on a 2005 Buick century
The spark plug gap setting on a 1994 Buick Century is .055 inches. A new spark plug will come preset from the factory and should not need adjusting.
where is the drain plug for the radiator on a 1992 buick regal custom
THERE SHOULD BE A PLUG ON THE BOTTOM OF THE RAD
You can find the 1991 Buick Skylark radiator drain plug on the bottom of the radiator. The radiator drain plug will be in the center of the radiator bottom.
Drain plug is located right on top the right side of the engine where the radiator hose connects to the manifold. That is also where the thermostat is located.
2000 Buick century gap for spark plug 3.1l
It doesn't have a drain plug, you have to remove the oil pan to drain.
welll too drain it an ac 1994 suburband u need too pull the plug out of it and drain it welll too drain it an ac 1994 suburband u need too pull the plug out of it and drain it
drivers side of radiator on the bottom inside pointing to where driver sits
If you can't find drain plug, just disconnect lower radiator hose.
plug gap is .060
where is the trany drain plug on a 1994 ttracker
If you have an automatic transaxle, there isn't a drain plug. You remove the fluid by removing the bottom pan on the transaxle, or taking it to a shop that has a vacuum pump to pump the fluid out through the fill hole.
It does not have a drain plug. You need to remove trans pan to drain.
There are several drain plugs on that vehicle, radiator (coolant), block (coolant), engine oil, trans oil, etc. There are usually located at the lowest point of that particular system.
The spark plug gap for a 1993 Buick Century is: .045 for the 4 cyl 2.2 engine .060 for the V6 3.3 engine
It is located below the radiator hose on the battey side. It should be a small white plug. Turn the pull out. It will remain attached so don't try to disconnect it.
where is a freeze plug on a 1985 buick lesebra
It is on the bottom of the radiator; they are plastic and the same color as the rad so they blend in to the radiator. You may need to remove the fan shroud to get at it. Sometime it's easier to remove one end off of the lower radiator hose to drain the system.
I cannot speak for all models, but my 1989 Buick Century has a drainage valve located near the bottom of the radiator on the driver side of the car, and can sometimes require pliers to open. It's usually easiest to look for it from under the car...
dodge didn't include a drain plug on those transmissions
All components that have to have fluids changed have the drain plug on the bottom of the particular component.
Underneath the car.