The 1988 Chevy Corsica air conditioning service valves can be found on top of the air conditioning compressor. The air conditioning service valves are labeled as the low pressure valve and the high pressure valve.
That is a VENT valve hose, so the rear end don't build pressure in it. Any rubber hose will work in it's place.
Assuming V8 gasoline engine, it should be bolted onto the intake manifold.
either bad gasket under throttle body or bad iac valve
It is in the top of the valve cover. It has a black plastic line coming from the throttle body housing and going into one of the valve covers. It will be stuck in the end of the line and down into the valve cover.
The low pressure valve on a 93 Chevy Corsica is under the hood. It is on the larger hose coming off the AC air compressor.
Low pressure valve.
That would be the low pressure service port and it should be located on the receiver/dryer.
It's located inside the low and high pressure service ports. They tend to wear out and leak
The egr valve is on the top of the engine in the front it is plugged into your wiring harness and has two bolts holding it on, it is shaped like a cylinder and is next to the water jacket on the engine.
I would be suprised if you have adjustable valves.
On my retrofitted to R134-A the fill valve is underneath the airbox. You have to take it out to get to it.
on the low pressure side
In the gas. Of course.
The schrader valve on the low pressure side of the system.
On a 98 Chevy Tahoe, the transmission fluid pressure switch is located on the valve body. It is found to the right of the engine.
Press schrader valve. If no fuel is there check fuse,
in my mouth
If it has one, it will be located on the fuel rail.
under hood, on fuel rail which is connected to each fuel injector there should be a valve that looks like a tire valve. That is the shrader valve, test fuel pressure there.
It is right beside of the thermostat housing, right side of it. Just follow the top radistor hose to the engine and it will clamp to the thermostat housing.
call a service technician with meter and live to tell about it......................
cold differential test pressure -The inlet static pressure at which a pressure relief valve is adjusted to open on the test stand. This test pressure includes corrections for service conditions of superimposed back pressure and/or temperature.
That year did not use a modulator valve on the transmission. That transmission is all computer controlled.
The 1994 S10 has a fuel pressure regulator located in the throttle body.