on the drivers side under the air intake, more specifically there are two one is under and the other is behind the carberator assy. the best way to get to the sensor is to remove the air intake and carborator, i have a 92' 3800se and that's where i found mine...if you do remove the carborator be prepared to deal with radiator fluid. but belive me its much easier to replace the bugger when you can fully see and get to it.
Your clutch needs replacing!If automatic trans then trans needs replacing!
(4.3L) 4.5 quarts oil and filter change.
i need to know what code P1655 means on a 1997 pontiace tran sport Montana
The A/C uses R-134A refrigerant.
The bell housing is the front part of the trans that goes around the flywheel.
A 1997 Pontiac Trans Am has 285hp and 325ft-lb torque.
how to take a evaorator out of a 1997 pontiac trans am
Probably a blown fuse or bad relay.
The 1997 Trans Ams have 285 horsepower. The WS6 models had 305.
Hi.In 1997 football was the most popular sport. TRUST ME.
The Freon capacity for a 1997 Pontiac Trans Sport with dual AC is 46 ounces of R134a refrigerant. The capacity for the same vehicle with single AC is 32 ounces.
The cast of RFL -Sport - 1997 includes: Gabi Koenig as Reporter (1997)
how do you change the trans fluid on a 1997 328i automatic trans
yes it is it was recognised as a sport in 1997.
97 trans am vacuum schematics
UK Sport was created in 1997.
Starter solenoid is on the starter. Trans solenoids are on the valve body, in the trans.
Probably in the 1997 Pontiac trans-am heater core valve holder. If not, you probably lost it. Both the valve, and your mind.
No. The Cherokee uses a Aisin trans while the Wrangler uses a Chrysler trans,
on the wheel i own the 4L model xj6 sport (1997) and its below the auto gear stick
No, they were revised in '98 and therefore not compatible with a 93-97
That would be a very expensive part at a GM dealer. Your best source would be to go to your local auto salvage yard. Ebay is another possible source.