Blown fuse, defective thermal relay, or bad fan motor.
There is a petcock on the lower drivers side of the radiator. Turn it counterclockwise and pull out at the smae time. If it is missing or broken then you have to use the lower radiator hose.
where is the drain plug on a 99 Chevy lumina where is the radiator drain plug on a 99 Chevy lumina I am not completely sure about the 99 but I drive a 95 lumina and the radiator drain plug is located to the right of the radiator (if you are looking under the hood) and at the bottom of the housing for the radiator. Mine is white in color.
Remove the bottom radiator hose on your 1996 Chevy Lumina radiator. Put a water hose in the top of the radiator. Allow the water hose to run until the water draining from the bottom of the radiator runs clear.
On the muffler
depends on the engine size and the transmission type.
on the side of the radiator
same place it is on every car on the bottom of the radiator
i just disconnected the lower hose
Remove the bottom radiator hose from your 1995 Chevy Lumina radiator. Put a water hose in the top of the radiator. Allow the water hose to run. Keep the water running until clear water runs out of the bottom of the radiator.
Consider this - I have a 91' Chevy lumina with 256k miles on it, and aside from an oil leak, it still runs like a top
Should be on the bottom or rear of the radiator
Yes they do.
drivers side on bottom of radiator it is plastic and on mine it is light green
There may not be one, My 2000 Lumina has a plug on the lower drivers side of the radiator that can be replaced with a petcock. Rather than do this I removed the lower radiator hose to facilitate flushing the cooling system.
how do you change the radiator in 96 chevrolet lumina
It is below the alternator and kind of hard to see.
Only when the AC is on.
There is no engine block drain plug on a 1996 Chevy Lumina. You drain from the radiator using the plastic plug at the bottom.
what is the spark plug gap for a 98 Chevy lumina sedan 3.1Liter engine
Should be in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose
In the connection at the radiatorhose and waterpump Follow the upper radiator hose out of the radiator. When that hose connects to your engine, the thermostat is in there.
This is transmission fluid. The leak is at the transmission cooler which may be part of the radiator.
The Flasher Relay for the 98 Lumina Sedan, (and all 97-03 GM W-Body
Chevy Lumina has not the carborator.