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Re: Engine mount location for a 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass...
This is a 4 cyl transverse mounted engine, and it has 3 engine mounts one in front and one on the subframe in the backside of the block and another holds the transaxel. If you have some poping sounds when starting or hard shifing of the gears, then one or more may need replacing.
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Your MAF sensor is in the engine bay. That plastic tube that goes from your air cleaner box to the intake, your MAF is mounted on that tube. Remove the connector and the two mounting bolts and it pulls out.
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That year Ciera came with two diiferent engines. if you have the 2.5 liter engine it is located under the hood, center, rear engine area, below ingnition coil pack and DIS module, mounted in engine block. If it is the 3.3 liter engine it is located under the hood, passenger side, lower engine area, front of crankshaft pulley, mounted in engine block. i hope this helps you and good luck.
actually the dang thing is bolted to the underside of the control module beneath the two coil packs - it all comes out as one unit and the sensor inserts into the engine block - it is invisible until you remove the coilpack/control module unit
The cps is located underneath the car, about three feet back from the front bumper. It is mounted on the rear side of the engine block. You are looking for a round cylindrical device about four inches long. It is pretty hard to get out, as it is kept in place by a magnet inside the engine. Prying it out with a flathead is recommended. But go gently about it.