I'm assuming you have checked for tire leaks! Check for leaking air suspension parts if so equipped. Not sure about a car this old, but lots of the newer Fords had air bladders for struts/shocks (air ride option). These cars had compressors under the hood to replentish air to adjust ride height. Is the car also constantly leaning to that side? Also, check for vacum leaks at the Power Steering booster and other tubes entering and exiting the intake manifold. Last thing I can think of, check that under the dash, none of the climate control hoses for heating and A/C have come loose or torn/cut. Paul Fiander Kingston, Ont Canada I would like to add that the automatic parking brake vacume release is leaking.
Crazy Noise was created in 1989.
Noise Unit was created in 1989.
it could be a bad wheel bearing.
London Cab Drivers Club was created in 1989.
That would be the first spark plug up front on the drivers side head.
was driving down the road in my 1989 chev truck 1500 and heard a noise of some kind from my rear-end and then the rear wheels would not spin
The petcock on a 1989 Chevy Celebrity is at the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side.
Under the dash on the drivers side.
If it has the 4.3 L engine, the fuel pmp relay would be under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side. If it has the 2.5 L or the 2.8 L engine it would be found under the hood on top of the drivers side inner fender.
Standing in front of the truck you would turn the pump to the drivers side to retard the timing. your would turn it to the left
If it has one it would be connected to a vaccum hose on the drivers side right above the trans pan.
You need to be a little more specific about the noise around the belt. I would suggest you check out the serpentine belt as it could be failing. If it is a grinding or squealing noise it could be a failing bearing in one of the units the belt powers. I hope this is of some help, if not ask again with more information.
Electric or manual?
It should be on the side of the trans, on the drivers side
should be on drivers side of the firewall
On the drivers side firewall
It is on the drivers side under the truck bed.
drivers side kick panel
on the drivers side frame rail
You can find the 1989 VW fuses in the fuse box. The fuse box is located beneath the drivers side dashboard.
Under the hood, on the firewall, drivers side.
by the drivers feet or passangers feet and under the hood
Under the car on the drivers side front of the engine
Next to the radiator on the drivers side, in front of the battery.