Under the car on the upper side of the transmission, you will find a plug. Remove the plug and stick your finger in the hole. If you feel fluid, it is full. If not add the proper lube as stated in the owner's manual.
Pontiac LeMans was created in 1962.
because of transmission failure
Weight on my Pontiac LeMans Sport registration is 3800
The Pontiac LeMans was originally manufactured in 1962. In 1961 the name LeMans was added to the Pontiac Tempest as a top of the line trim package, being called the Tempest LeMans. But it wasn't until 1962 that the LeMans was a vehicle , not just a trim package.
I have a 1991 LeMans, all I had to do was go to Autozone.
Any Dexron fluid will work fine.
The 455 and 400 was an option motor in the 1972 Pontiac LeMans, yes it will fit. I'm not sure if a beefier tranny was also included?
I have a 1990 Pontiac LeMans with a 1.6 Daewoo motor. The firing order is 1-2-4-3
you have to drop the entire pan since there is no plug and you might as well change the filter and gasket while you have it off
My 69 LeMans has blue interior and is silver with a blue vinal top.
it goes in the same tube where the dip stick is at. just dont over fill add a little at a time or it will leak
24-inch rims will indeed fit on a 1973 Pontiac LeMans. The tires would have to be closer to low profile model, however.
The 89' Pontiac LeMans is 12ft long
Pontiac LeMans also Pontiac Parisienne (aka Bonneville in the States)
It is controled by the computer.
To many variables to answer that one.
there is no 2.0l Pontiac lemans.it must be a swap from sunrunner.
Try replacing the gauge cluster. 93' LeMans should cost you $15-20 at a wrecking yard.
gm syncromesh synthetic
If you look straight down over the driver's-side of the engine bay, you will be looking down on the transmission. There is a wiring harness with a large flat gray connector there on cars with an automatic transmission. On the manual transmission cars, there will be separate wires branching off the wiring loom to sensors.
You can transplant most any motor into your Pontiac, which had a gm block originally by the way.
diagram of timing belt
the ignition module is under the distibutor cap