the inside of your car will smell like exhaust if you have C.F (cabin filter) in you car and it has not been changed recently This may sound dumb, but some people may miss it. If you have a car in front of you that smells bad, or are in a smelly environment, and you don't have the recycle air button on, "fresh air" will enter the car.
Is it gas or Freon that you are smelling?
It might differ depending on if it's a Malibu "LS" or just a plain Malibu. My plain Malibu requires P215/60R15.
Might be a vacuum leak
yes you might have to change your exhaust manifold
you might want to try finding the fuse for the fuel pump, and unplug it, that might work
You can tell if the transmission, in your 1998 Chevy Malibu, is going bad. If there is a whining or clunking noise. The transmission might cause your engine to install when you are stopped with your foot on the brake.
depends on what engine,all the time
Frt valve cover on the driver side, might be held down by strip of metal should also only need to be changed if you can't hear rattling inside of it
The Malibu might have a problem with the vapor canister. If the canister is clogged up the fuel tank will not vent right and the car will be hard to start.
check to see if there is a problem in brakeing system. might just be low fluid in master cylinder.
more then likely it could be the temp, sending unit. or a bad wire to temp, sensor!!
if your taking about the engine locking up, then it mostly happens because of low or no oil... you might have had an oil leak and lost oil.
You might have a bad battery, a poor connection between the battery and alternator, or a bad ground from the battery.
There are many sensors that could be called the emission sensor for this vehicle, but I suspect you might be referring to the oxygen or O2 sensor. It will be found in the exhaust manifold, close to the connection with the exhaust pipe. Hope this helps!
It might be the catalytic converter has overheated and had the honeycomb inside melt together.
If it's a severe vibration, expect a bad mount. If it's very slight, that might just be normal operation of the reciprocating engine.
check the serpentine belt tensioner for being bad, it might not be keeping the drive belt tight enough against the pulleys.
It might be Malibu.
Yes. The exhaust will be different, and if it's a big engine going in and a small engine coming out, you might need a bigger radiator.
The PW 80 has a washer in the exhaust. You have to unbold the exhaust at the engine. You might have to take the muffler off or at least losing it. The washer is right inside the header pipe. Take a screwdriver or something that will fit in the washer and pop it out. Be carefull not to lose the exhaust gasket. It sometimes will stay stuck in the cylinder. ROCKETMAN
Some fuses located inside panel on dash inside drivers door and some are in a black plastic box under the hood, it might not be marked but its easy to find.
There is no power steering; its electronic. You might be blowing the fuse. There is a recall on the electronic power steering. Consult a dealer with the year and mileage of your car to see if it is covered.
If your pressing your brake when shifting it could be the neutral and park sensor. Or the linkage. If its the linkage you might have problems with your transmission slipping and shifting by its self or into certain positions easyly than others.
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