There is no inertia switch on the GM Safari.
where is the neutral safety switch on gm safari
A factory GM system which uses R134a Freon...........
If you have a freon leak on the hhr ,have it serviced by gm Is it not under warranty?
The GM Safari was produced from the years 1985 to 2005. The vacuum switches for the AC vents on a 1995 GM Safari all-wheel-drive van are located underneath the dashboard.
2005 was last year
don't no how
I believe 1993 models used R-134A
The refrigerant they would use is R134a.
As of the 2008 season, that is Billy Beane who became GM of the A's in 1997.
Yes. In fact, it's the only refrigerant you can use.
Go to your GMC dealer they can get one
you have 3 on the astro & safari vans 4.3L
It uses Trak II transfer case fluid, GM part number 12378508. The fluid goes in a hole, use a ratchet with an extension to remove it, on the side of the transfer case.
On my 95 Safari van, the starter is on the bottom rear end of the motor, on the passenger side. Can easily see it without jacking it up.
no only hermapherdites drive GmC sAfArI'S
$2895 on the open market. aprox. here in mich.about 2500
4.5 quarts with new filter
Probably your sending unit in the tank is bad.
GM vehicles do not use inertia/reset switches.
NO You can not. The compurter and wreing harness in the 1990 will not hook up are even shift the 4L60E transmission. You MUST put the 700R4 back in it.
Can you put a 350 gm motor in 97 ford f150
the average gas mileage for 1991 GMCSafari XL van?
Dexcool by GM.