Check with your local Chevy dealer on that.
The owners manual would have that information.
Because its a Chevy corsica not a ford corsica!!!!!
where would i locate the fuse for the fuel pump on a 1995 Chevy corsica
I would use what the owners manual recommends. It may be written on the oil cap .
Check your coil packs, my Corsica goes thru them like water. Would not hurt to check your fuel pressure. Online tech manual at Alldata.com can really help out if your interested.
i want to print a free owners manual
you would have to look in your owners manual . or look in the front of the vehicle and see if you can see a plug
Push it off the wharf would be a good start.
Check the Fuse and/ or relay.
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The owners manual recommends 5w30 or 10w30I would not use 20w50.The owners manual recommends 5w30 or 10w30I would not use 20w50.
you apparently have a manual transmission or you would have found the dipstick/filler tube commonly yellow in this year range as is our 95 corsica! manual trannies don't usually require fluid until full servicing. but in the case you do need it, should be steel plug about 1/2 way up the side of tranny usually passenger side.
Because it has HEI (High Energy Ignition).
bad pressure switch
I would think that on size alone it would fit and mount in. Depending on which of the engines the 1985 Celebrity had you might need to make a number of modifications to use the Corsica engine in the Celebrity. The two engines are NOT identical.
You would add it in the same location whether you have the owners manual or not! (sorry, couldn't resist)
I would read the owners manual
The steering wheel cannot be bypassed to rewire turn signals in a 1989 Chevy Corsica. The switch for the wires is in the steering column. If the steering wheel were bypassed, the wires would not be connected to the switch.
Owner's manual. The brand is your choice. I've had 2 saturns a 94' SL2 and a 02' Sl2 and both used 5W30. I believe GM recommends 5W30 for all it's cars. "Owners Manual" LAME LAME LAME. Perhaps people are looking on this site BECAUSE THEY DONT HAVE AN OWNERS MANUAL!! Telling people to get an owners manual is not a lame answer. If everyone had an owners manual there would be far less questions. Everyone needs an owners manual for more than just knowing what type oil to use. There is a Maintenance Schedule in the owners manual that you need to follow to the letter if you want that expensive automobile to last a long time. I am amazed that anyone would own a car and not have an owners manual. It is so very easy to acquire one. Dealer, salvage yard, on-line manuals, and on-line sites that sell manuals. I say again, get yourself an owners manual and you want be on here asking questions, where the answer can be found in your owners manual. I would also recommend highly for anyone a Chiltons or Haynes manual. I prefer the Chiltons. Owners manuals for sure but if you really want to get into it yourself, these provide all the teardowns and rebuilds.
check the soleinoid
Leak in heater core
Try eBay or the dealer.
The owners manual recommends 5W30. I would stick with that. I have been using Mobile 1 Full Synthetic 5W30 since I purchased the car and it runs great!
It would be in the owners manual or if you don't have one you could get a service manual at any auto parts that would have a diagram.