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There is a plug that goes in the engine under air cleaner

There is this plug outlet that sits right under the air cleaner and plugs into the engine on a harness

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Sounds like the air mas sensor but if that was unplugged yourc car would not run.

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Trouble removing valve cover on the right side (passengers side) of the engine on a 1996 mark viii. Help


  1. Remove engine appearance cover retaining bolt and nuts.Remove engine appearance cover from vehicle.

  1. Disconnect engine control sensor wiring at intake air temperature sensor (IAT sensor) connector and crankcase ventilation tube from air cleaner outlet tube.
  2. Completely loosen air cleaner outlet tube to throttle body bolt (captured bolt).
  3. Loosen clamp on air cleaner outlet tube to engine air cleaner (ACL) and disconnect air cleaner outlet tube.
  4. Remove remaining bolt from support bracket clamp on RH valve cover to air cleaner outlet tube.
  5. Remove air cleaner outlet tube and engine intake air resonator.


  1. Remove two retaining nuts from engine air cleaner outlet tube bracket to valve cover and remove engine air cleaner outlet tube bracket.
  2. Remove four nuts retaining RH ignition wire cover and remove cover.
  3. Disconnect ignition wires from spark plugs with a gentle twist! pull motion on the spark plug boot. Remove spark plugs.
CAUTION: Do not pull on the ignition wire as it may separate from the connector in the boot.
  1. Remove bolts and studs retaining RH valve cover to cylinder head.
  2. Remove valve cover.

Sep 28, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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Of course, you need to get your supplies together, depending on what you are...


Of course, you need to get your supplies together, depending on what you are doing. You will need a 1/4" drive socket handle with a very short extension, a container for the drained coolant, a 10mm socket, a 13mm socket, a 15mm socket and wrench, and some pliers that are appropriate for spring-type clamps (there are special-made ones, or you can use vise-grips or channel locks).

First, make sure the engine is relatively cool. Then jack it up on the right side - this will assist with bleeding the air out of the cooling system.
Then, get a container that will fit under the lower right corner of the radiator - this is where the coolant will drain out when you open the petcock/ spigot/ drain plug.

Next, under the hood, remove the bleed screw that is in the upper right corner of the radiator - near the battery.

Now, under the car, put your 1/4" drive extension and handle into the radiator petcock/ drain plug. It has a plastic square hole - get a mirror if you have to - and the extension just fits in as if it were a socket. Turn the petcock / drain plug just about a quarter turn - it is more like a spigot than a drain plug, so don't turn it too far.

Get your bucket quickly under the streaming coolant, and let it sit for a while.

Now, under the hood, you will find a connector right in the middle of the car, at the front of the engine compartment, above the cooling fans. Disconnect this.

Still under the hood, you will have to pop loose the plastic buttons that hold the plastic shroud for the wiring harness. Now remove the two 15mm bolt and nuts holding the "dog bone" engine support strut and the four 13mm bolts that hold the mount on the front of the engine compartment.

Remove the clamps for the upper and lower radiator hoses at the engine inlet and outlet pipes. Make sure to break loose the seal between the outlets and the hoses by twisting gently but forcefully with pliers.

Look on the top and both sides of the cooling fans shroud. There will be three 10mm bolts. Remove these and lift the shroud out, pushing the wiring harness toward the engine for clearance.

Now remove the two 10mm bolts that hold the brackets for the radiator.

Lift the radiator out with the hoses still attached.

Now you have lots of room to get at the alternator and the compressor.

Hope it goes well for you! Vote for me if you like this guide.

on Apr 06, 2010 | Cars & Trucks

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How to Remove the Radiator on an Oldsmobile Intrigue with the 3.5l V-6 Engine


Of course, you need to get your supplies together, depending on what you are doing. You will need a 1/4" drive socket handle with a very short extension, a container for the drained coolant, a 10mm socket, a 13mm socket, a 15mm socket and wrench, and some pliers that are appropriate for spring-type clamps (there are special-made ones, or you can use vise-grips or channel locks).

First, make sure the engine is relatively cool. Then jack it up on the right side - this will assist with bleeding the air out of the cooling system.
Then, get a container that will fit under the lower right corner of the radiator - this is where the coolant will drain out when you open the petcock/ spigot/ drain plug.

Next, under the hood, remove the bleed screw that is in the upper right corner of the radiator - near the battery.

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Now, under the car, put your 1/4" drive extension and handle into the radiator petcock/ drain plug. It has a plastic square hole - get a mirror if you have to - and the extension just fits in as if it were a socket. Turn the petcock / drain plug just about a quarter turn - it is more like a spigot than a drain plug, so don't turn it too far.


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Get your bucket quickly under the streaming coolant, and let it sit for a while.

Now, under the hood, you will find a connector right in the middle of the car, at the front of the engine compartment, above the cooling fans. Disconnect this.


Still under the hood, on the right side of the radiator, near the battery, are two aluminum pipes that go into the radiator. These are for cooling the transmisson. They have clips that come out with a pick.

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Still under the hood, you will have to pop loose the plastic buttons that hold the plastic shroud for the wiring harness. Now remove the two 15mm bolt and nuts holding the "dog bone" engine support strut and the four 13mm bolts that hold the mount on the front of the engine compartment.

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Remove the clamps for the upper and lower radiator hoses at the engine inlet and outlet pipes. Make sure to break loose the seal between the outlets and the hoses by twisting gently but forcefully with pliers.

Look on the top and both sides of the cooling fans shroud. There will be three 10mm bolts. Remove these and lift the shroud out, pushing the wiring harness toward the engine for clearance.




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Now remove the two 10mm bolts that hold the brackets for the radiator.
Lift the radiator out with the hoses still attached.

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Now you have lots of room to get at the alternator and the compressor.

Hope it goes well for you! Vote for me if you like this guide.

on Apr 06, 2010 | Oldsmobile Intrigue Cars & Trucks

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I have a 2002 chevy blazer it dies when i go to stop and has trouble picking up speed after pushing gas


Could have a vacuum leak , Is the check ENG. light on ? Could need spark plugs, plug wires ,distributor cap . The IAC motors ,idle air control motor passage could be plugged with carbon. Bad mass air flow sensor could do it. Check for critter nests , found that cars that sit for a while , squires and rodents like to make nests under the hood . I have found air boxes full of dog & cat food. They take insulation and make nests. Check the Air Cleaner Restriction Indicator
The air cleaner restriction indicator is located on the intake duct between the air cleaner assembly and the mass air flow (MAF) sensor.
If the area inside of the clear section is green, no air filter service is required. If the area inside the clear section is orange and Change Air Filter appears, replace the air filter.

Jan 05, 2015 | 2002 Chevrolet Blazer

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How do you get to the 3 back spark plugs


IF YOU HAVE THE 3.4L OR 3.5L ENGINES YOU NEED ROTATE ENGINE FORWARD.YOU HAVE TO REMOVE AIR CLEANER OUTLET DUCT.SET THE PARKING BRAKE.SHIFT TRANSAXLE INTO NEUTRAL.REMOVE THE LEFT AND RIGHT ENGINE MOUNT STRUTS.INSTALL THE J41131 ROTATION TOOL.PULL ON THE ENGINE IN ORDER TO ROTATE THE ENGINE FORWARD.TIGHTEN THE J41131 TOOL REMOVE SPARK PLUGS WIRES.USING PLUG WIRE BOOT PULLER IF YOU HAVE HARD TIME REMOVING PLUG WIRES.

Aug 28, 2011 | 2004 Buick Rendezvous

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What parts do i needed for a tune up on a kia 2004 saoda


write down the manufacture date the vin number engine type and capacity eg1.5,1.8,2.0 armed with this info head down to your parts shop you will need. oil correct grade for your car 5litres will be more than enough or just right for 4 cyl. oil filter spark plugs some cars use irridium or platinum with some cars these do have standard equivilant that are cheeper fuel filter air filter a can of throttle body cleaner to clean the throttle body jack up the car sit it on stands never trust a jack remove the drain plug from the sump drain the oil into suitable dish or container and dispose of it responsibly replace the sump plug and tighten it firm locate and remove oil filter fit new filter spin it on then tighten by hand half a turn locate and change fuel filter dont forget to inspect filters for leaks when service is finished add new oil to correct level start engine run til oil light has gone out swich off recheck oil level remove spark plug leads mark them or do one at atime change spark plug put leads back on open air box remove old filter loosen clamp on air intake where it fits on to engine at throttle body move out of the way hold butterfly open and spray with cleaner to remove built up deposits a small bottle brush is good to get inside refit the air intake pipe and filter the cleaner will make the engine run a bit rough you may have to wind it a bit to start it it will clear itself after running for a short time be shaw to refit any plugs or connectors and pipes

Apr 06, 2011 | 2004 Kia Sedona

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Location of the spark plugs?


Remove the air cleaner outlet resonator from the engine. (the plastic thing in the middle) the coils sit right on top of the plugs. Disconnect the ignition coil connectors, then remove the bolt and pull out the coil. the sparkplug is at the bottom of the hole :) remember to torque the bolt back down to 89 in-lb (10 Nm) and use alittle dielectric grease on the end of the boot. and finally dont forget the anti-sieze compound on the threads of the new sparkplugs before installing :)

May 24, 2010 | 2002 Chevrolet TrailBlazer

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Where is the thermostat located


This is the thermostat housing:


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The thermostat sits inside of it...which looks like this:


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These are the steps to remove and replace the thermostat:

3.4L Engine
  1. Drain the cooling system.
  2. Remove the air cleaner.
  3. Remove exhaust crossover pipe.
  4. Disconnect the surge tank line fitting from the coolant outlet.
  5. Remove the thermostat housing to intake manifold bolts.
  6. Remove the thermostat housing outlet and thermostat
  7. Clean the mating surfaces.
To install:
  1. Install the thermostat and housing outlet.
  2. Install the thermostat housing bolts. Tighten the thermostat housing bolts to 18 ft. lbs. (25 Nm).
  3. Install exhaust crossover pipe.
  4. Connect the surge tank line fitting to the coolant outlet. Tighten the fittings to 15 ft. lbs. (21 Nm).
  5. Install the air cleaner.
  6. Fill the cooling system.
  7. Inspect the system for leaks.

May 06, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT

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There is a air line supposed to hook up to the oil filler cap and goes to where? And also to check the timing where do you hook up the timing light and do you have to plug any vaccum hoses, also what is...


There's a rubber hose that goes from the oil fill cap to either the air cleaner or to the air intake hose between the air cleaner and the throttle body. It's for the PCV system. There's also a small filter inside the air cleaner on some models, and another hose and PCV valve that goes from the valve cover to the intake manifold. There should be a emissions system sticker under the hood some where that shows all the lines, and lists the specs for spark plugs and ignition timing. You hook the timing light to the #1 spark plug wire, disconnect and plug the vacuum line to the distributor. Set timing to 10 degrees BTDC.

Aug 19, 2009 | 1986 Ford Ranger 2WD

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I broke a vac hose on my air cleaner.


Hose goes to a vacuum port on the intake manifold . It's running rough because with the port open you have a vacuum leak. Run the engine and listen for the leak...that's where the hose plugs in.
hope this helps!

Mar 31, 2009 | 1985 Pontiac 6000

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