I own a 93 Chevy Lumina euro with a fuel pump that stays on after I turn the car off. I can tell you I switched my relay switches around(there are duplicates for other functions) this did not fix the problem. I did remove the fuel pump fuse after each use, that got me by, until recenty it appears the humidy or heat has made something work and it shuts itself off. I hope this helps you, or atleast gets you by.
The easiest way to reset the ABS light in a 1992 Chevy Lumina is to disconnect the battery for about 30 minutes. When it is reconnected, the light should be reset.
The battery is located under the hood on a 2000 Chevrolet Lumina. The battery will be on the drivers side.
To install a Cobra CB radio in a 2010 Chevy Lumina, first disconnect the battery cables. Then mount the CB box and then power the CB radio. Then mount the antennae.
you smash it or eat it
1. Remove reinforce bar 2. Remove windshield washer tank, unplug electrical connector. disconnect fluid hose. 3. Remove nuts that hold the fuse box so that fuse box can be moved a little if you have to when taking out battery. You don't have to disconnect the fuse box. 4. Disconnect positive and negative connectors of old battery. 5. Remove battery holding nut at the bottom edge of battery 6. Remove old battery. Installing new battery is reversal of above procedure. Note: This Lumina has very poor battery placement design. You will need a lot of sockets and extension to do battery replacement. If you are not handy person, just go and buy battery from store that provide free installation.
It is illegal to disconnect the air bag on any vehicle.
Start by locating the Positive terminal (usually the red one)... Disconnect it from the battery. Then do the same for the Negative terminal (the black one). Then there may be a small hex head bolt at the bottom the the battery, check for it and remove it, the battery should come right out.
Disconnect the battery, and remove the spark plug wires one by one. Replace the spark plug wires in the same order, ensure the connection is firm, and connect the battery.
have the alternator and the battery checked
There is no battery reset.
First you have to disconnect the metal brace going over top of the battery,it's usually has three bolt's in the front where your headlight's are. Then you can swing the bar out enough, to get to the battery hold down bolt, and removal is pretty much easy.
They stopped making Lumina's in 2000
Chevrolet didn't have air bags in1966. Nor did they have a Lumina
follow the battery + cable from the battery down to the starter post. There you will find a starter.
First disconnect battery, the starter is in front of motor, disconnect the wires from the two posts ,remove small inspection cover under starter, one bolt is on front side of crossmember other is on backside.when starter is loose gravity will help then.
there is a short some where in the electrical system... or a bad battery.
Replace the headlight switch that turns on the lights and parking lights, it's a whole unit that has the slider dimmer switch in it. Be sure to disconnect the negative battery cable first. Cheap at a salvage yard.
On top of ther battery
sounds like a battery issue
Any place that sells batteries can tell you the correct size battery. The AC/Delco battery is one of the best.
You clear code 42 just as you clear any other code. Disconnect the battery cable from the battery for 30 seconds, then reconnect. (It's good practice to disconnect the battery cable whenever disconnecting or changing any electrical components.) Afterwards, check the "check engine light" to see if the code 42 is cleared. This answer applies only to '95 and older models (OBD-1).
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
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.