Clogged with carbon behind throttle body in upper intake plenium. Remove egr vavle and insert 12" contrustion tie wire through egr passage way to intake manafold . Best remove also throttle body and see a little volcano of carbon to remove. Use Throttle body spray cleaner to help desolve carbon. To rest pcm codes remove ecm bat fuse, turn ignition on 45 seconds then off and reinsert fuse.
Because you cannot reset the code by removing the battery cable. It must be reset with a OBD2 code reader.
GM vehicles use side post batteries. The terminals are on the side of the battery. 98 Lumina with 3.8 it's on the drivers side under a red plastic cap for positive.
i unhooked the battery...(both terminals)
you can buy jumper cables that are specifically made to clip onto side terminals for these batteries
The battery is located under the hood on a 2000 Chevrolet Lumina. The battery will be on the drivers side.
Its a good possibility Your diodes are burnt out, its time to replace your alternator, i had a similar problem on a 95 lumina with a 3.1l motor
Either the battery is weak and not charging properly, the connections are dirty on the terminals of the battery or the alternator is not putting out enough power. If you rev up the van does it go out or is it on while you are driving?
i just disconnected the lower hose
under the winsheild washer reservoir. the positive terminal is located under the windshield washer reservior and the negative terminal is located on a bolt on the engine (metal)
have the alternator and the battery checked
There is no battery reset.
follow the battery + cable from the battery down to the starter post. There you will find a starter.
take the bracket off that is partially covering the battery. This should be held in place by 3 bolts. after that, all you have to do is take the wires off that connect to the terminals. the battery should just lift out, but may be stuck from corrosion or just if it has been sitting a long time. take the bracket off that is partially covering the battery. This should be held in place by 3 bolts. after that, all you have to do is take the wires off that connect to the terminals. the battery should just lift out, but may be stuck from corrosion or just if it has been sitting a long time.
there is a short some where in the electrical system... or a bad battery.
On top of ther battery
sounds like a battery issue
on my 98, its under the wiper fluid tank
Any place that sells batteries can tell you the correct size battery. The AC/Delco battery is one of the best.
All of it. Generally 4.5 qts.
The Celebrity was replaced by the all-new Lumina.
Check the ignition control module...notorious for this problem
Take the cables off of the battery. Remove the battery hold down clamp and lift the battery out. Set the new battery in, reinstall the holddown, then connect the cables back.
under the air breather box
Use battery load tester and properly test battery. When battery fails, replace it.
The battery on a 1995 Chevy Lumina 3100 is located on the right side of the car underneath the engine coolant reservoir. To change the battery, you have to take off safety bar, remove engine coolant reservoir, then undo the battery restraints. Washer fluid reservoir is on right, over battery. Coolant reservoir is on left. There is a hold down piece at bottom of battery, will need an extension to reach it.