its above the serpentine belt on the lefth hand side of the engine
the cam sensor is under the power steering pump .So It is bolted directly to the crankcase.
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In the tank
The proper tire size for a 1998 Pontiac Transport is P205/70R15. This info is on a sticker placed on the driver's door jam.
The ECM on a 1998 Pontiac Transport with the 3.4 V6 engine is located on the passenger side. It is behind the glove box.
in the front where the belt is at unders the power steering pump .
Probably at the power steering pump. You will find that at the side of the engine that has your drive belts, most likely at the passenger's side and toward the back and top of the engine.
Take it to a qualified mechanic
it is in the dash, passenger side.
electric seat wiring
passenger side firewall lower by the strut tower.
The 1998 Pontiac Transport evaporator drain hose can be found on the bottom of the air conditioner compressor. The evaporator drain hose routes water to the bottom of the engine compartment.
You can use power steering fluid or ATF.
Because they have no power steering. I have a 99...
cause your power steering pump has died... try hit it with a hammer :)
I do not believe so; I never heard of one.
On tranny (area where axles connect).
Remove the power steering hoses from the power steering pump. Remove the power steering retaining bolts. Reverse the process to install your new power steering pump.
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You can find a wiring diagram that shows you how to hook up a trailer wiring harness on a 1998 Pontiac Transport at most auto parts stores. A Pontiac repair manual should have the diagram in it.
To the left and below your alternator- you'll have to reach down to get at it!its near passenger side firewall- there is a cap- top of cap has inscription- Power Steering Fluid Etc. You might want to use a flashlight for a better view.
Loose or worn serpentine belt, low power steering fluid, bearing failure in one of your accessories ( alternator, power steering pump, air conditioner compressor) bearing failure on idler pulley