If you are getting spark, check the electric fuel pump pressure. Had a similar problem, changed the fuel pump, cured it. ==New Answer Headline== Also, if you turn the ignition switch on and the 'Check Engine' display light does not illuminate but all the rest of them do, then it could be a blown fuel pump fuse. It's a 20 amp fuse mounted by the right front headlight. Don't do what I did and pay 150$ for an engine diagnostic check all for a .50 cent fuse !
The petcock on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is at the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side.
My 1987 Chevy Celebrity with 2.8 V6 was doing the same thing. I cured the problem by replacing three dead fuel injectors.
The oxygen sensor on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is located in the rear exhaust manifold on top about the center.
The 1989 Chevy Celebrity V6 is rated at 130 hp.
Looking in my factory service manual for a 1989 Chevy Celebrity I found no reference to an accessory relay.
The spark plug gap for your 1989 Chevy Celebrity 2.8 V6 is .045".
I have not seen a standard Chevy Celebrity with a toggle switch under the dash. I would suspect that is something a previous owner installed.
on the side of the transmission
There is no fuse on the alternator.
According to one source I found the weight of a 1989 Chevy Celebrity varied between 2751 to 2928 pounds. Actual weight of a given car would depend on engine, transmission and other options.
The thermostat on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is located under the water outlet fitting. Follow the upper radiator hose, it will end at the water outlet.
No Chevy Celebrity ever had a 4.0L engine