Where is the oil filter located on a 1989 Buick Century?
It's a 4 cylinder and we have looked quite hard but just cannot seem to find where it is located. Yes, we feel foolish. Any more help will be much appreciated. You failed to list which engine. There is a 4 cylinder and a V6. But no matter, I can assure you both engines have an oil filter. If you will crawl under the car and look hard, you will find the filter.
Where is the oil filter located in a 4-cylinderinder 1989 Buick century I have been under the hood several times and cannot locate where it is?
Chances are you are using engine oil with a high vapor rate. The vapor, by way of the PCV valve, is being returned to the intake causing the oil on the filter. Change your filter more often or change the brand and/or grade of the oil. Let me guess? Its a 2.5 , Rings are worn creating excessive blow by in crank case.
there are 2 large black hoses that come off of your radiator. the one located higher on the radiator (upper radiator hose) goes from your radiator to the thermostat housing. the thermostat housing is a metal tube that is bolted to the engine. the thermostat is located inside of the housing and can be accessed by removing the bolts