Question about Buick Century
Instructions on replacing a thermostat on a 1990 buick century. The engine is a v-6, 3300.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the easy way to find this is to fallow your bottom raditor hose to the engine where it attaches is called the thermostat housing remove the hose and remove the four bolts then take out the thermostat replace it and re install don't for get your antifreez you will need to replace it do to the loss when you remove the hose
Posted on Dec 05, 2008
Usually the replacement thermostat.
Some sockets in the rights size to remove the thermostat from the car should be on one of the big hoses going into the engine. Some come with gaskets some don't need them. You usually get one with the thermostat when you purchase it from the store. Usually a very cheap part. 15 -20 dollars max.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
Open access panel directly under steering column, pull off flasher unit (metallic cylinder) take to auto parts store (no more than 10 bucks) , put on new one, drive safe.
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Posted on Mar 16, 2009
Well you didn't say what engine is in it so,I'll wing it. Assuming it's a v6, the airbox is located in the front,probably driver side. Remove the 4 or 5 wing nuts or Phillips head screws. Gently but firmly lift the top housing & slide the old filter out. Put the new one in,making sure it's in the same way as the old one came out. It can't go in upside down anyway but I'm being specific. Re-install the housing & done!!
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Typically, spark wires are encased in a flexible plastic tube which is secured in usually 2 places with special clips. The tubing material gets brittle over time and cracks /breaks easily so patience and being careful are the key. After you remove the tube from its mounting points, you will notice that the tube has a split over its entire length. Carefully spread the split open at on end then pull (one wire at a time through the split. then reverse the process with the new wires..... unfortunately this is even more difficult and requires even more patience... good luck....
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
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