It's in the fuel tank.
Procedure to change 1988 Buick regal head gasket
Freon valve on my 1989 Buick Regal Custom 3.1 V-6 located on driver side under the area of battery tray. Hope this helps!
Lack of lubrication perhaps?
if it has a crankshaft sensor that's bad
A 50/50 mixture of antifreeze and distilled water.
Use a small hose or funnel and put it in the dipstick hole
The 2.8 engine doesn't use a cam sensor.
it says 16.8 gal. on manual...
Remove the water supply hose from your 1988 Chevy Cavalier thermostat housing. Remove the thermostat housing bolts. Lift the old thermostat out and drop in the new thermostat.
in the gas tank
Regular green antifreeze of any manufacturer will be fine in a 50-50 mix with water
To locate the thermostat on a Chevy Celebrity follow the upper radiator hose to the coolant outlet, which is mounted to the top of the thermostat housing.
My 1988 Buick Regal, some late 70's cars like Oldsmobile... What else ??
dirty throttle plate.....
connected to thermostat housing
the thermostat is underneath the manifold, follow the top radiator hose and unbolt the manifold. fairly simple.
thermostat is located on engine block. follow top water hose leading to engine. thermostat is located inside the water intake. remove hose. remove water intake(two bolts)housing. replace thermostat. .
Because its a 1988 Buick LeSabre
The 1988 Dodge Dynasty coolant fan sensor is located a few inches above the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing can be found on the front of the engine.
It should be located in the fuel tank!!
It is located in front of the drivers side back tire in about a foot. It is cylyndrical and will take a lot of time if it hasn't been changed in a while. I would recommend using a lithium grease or rust remover if that's the case. I believe that one is located under the trunk area near the gas tank.
The thermostat is inside the small housing where the top radiator hose connects to the engine block.
Follow the upper radiator back to the engine. The hose is attached to the thermostat housing on the engine side.