5w30 in whatever brand you prefer Yup 5w30
NO, It is electronic ignition.
You will find the drain plug at the lowest point of the oil pan. It takes a 15mm wrench to remove it counterclockwise.
1-2-3-4-5-6 w/ clockwise rotation. See here for an illustration: http://www.autozone.com/images/cds/jpg/small/0900823d801be1b4.jpg
The temperature light comes on in a 1992 Chevy Lumina when the temperature of the engine reaches the boiling point. The light may also come on if the transmission gets too hot. Usually a leak in the radiator system will cause a loss of fluid and lead to the temperature light, but it could be anything and must be checked.
The oil drain for the engine is located at the lowest point on the bottom of the engine oil pan.
On the lowest point of the oil pan.
lower front of the engine see it from under the car
no it is not it may take longer for the 2 liter to boil but the temperature of the water is the same
It has a multi-point fuel injection system with one injector on each cylinder.
Not sure but, if it does have a bleeder it would be located at the highest point where the coolant flows in the engine.
AnswerThe engine oil drain plug is located at the lowest point on the engine oil pan.
Yes it will leak out where ever it can find an exit point, it is leaking out here because it is actually running beneath the carpet through a canel where there is no adhesive to hold the carpet to the floor. It is actually leaking from the heater core which is located under your dash, either the connection to it or the heating core its self.
The point of gap on a Chevrolet 4.3 liter 6 cylinder is J7. This is also known as spark plugs.
The 1997 Chevrolet express 7.4 liter engine should never have transmission fluid point into it. The engine holds 6.4 quarts of motor oil. The transmission holds nine quarts of transmission fluid.
At which point is the equlibrium price located
Assuming you mean the engine oil drain plug, it can be found at the lowest point of the engine oil pan.
0.019 point gap
This a joke? This engine is a beast of burden, if you keep great care of it atleast. Just maintain maintenance on it and be prepared to work long hours on it or pay alot to get it fixed if somthing goes wrong.
No, unfortunatley it will not.
The little blue Chevy in the car chase? Chevy Astra
The drain plug would be at the lowest point under the engine. It will take a 15mm wrench to remove it counterclockwise.
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UW-Stevens Point is located in the state of Wisconsin.