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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
three core plug hahahah it has 3 coils crank sensor is located at the crank pulley it sits inside and creates a magnetic field and produces a low ac voltage 5 ac volts or less module then converts it to a squar wave to fire injectors and coils
Posted on Apr 24, 2009
SOURCE: 1996 buick lasabre
It is directly behind the alternator, about 6-8 inches down. It says power steering in red letters on the cap. The alternator is the silver colored thing on the top passenger side of the engine. hope this helps ya
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
SOURCE: locked keys in car
You have 3 options:
A: Use a coathanger to go over the top o the window, bending it down as you go, and bend the end so that you can catch the door handle enough to open it.
B: Buy or borrow a "slim jim" which parking lot attendants use when keys are locked in cars. It slides down the outside of the window and a hokk in the end catches a thin bar or rod that goes from the inside doorhandle to the lock. Takes some fiddling but not hard.
C: Call a locksmith for automobiles and watch him do the second item.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
There is a good chance that the wheel speed sensor, (ABS sensor) has gone bad or gotten to dirty. It's common for the ABS sensor to get too dirty and can not read the speed ring on the wheel hub since it's magnetic. The common repair is to spray Brake Parts Cleaner on the ABS and speed ring on the hub and inspect for damages to the wire harness. The ABS sensor is on the inside of the wheel hub so it's easy to get to, if you not sure what your looking for. Remove the wheel and along the A-arm, you will find a wire harness which leads to the wheel hub (Bearing). There is where your going to find the sensor, just clean it and inspect for corrosion and gap, you can take paper and fold it 5 times and place it between the sensor and speed ring for the proper gap. Good luck and keep me posted, if there is a Auto Zone around your area, have them scan the car just to make sure it's not your ABS modulator which would cast $$$ to replace.
Posted on Nov 02, 2009
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