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1995 Lumina need to change the anti freeze?
There is a wing nut at the bottom of the radiator. Put a pan underneath to catch the old fluid. Make sure the engine is cool. Remove the radiator cap, then twist open the wing nut to allow the radiator to drain. Its best to also flush the system. A radiator flush is available at any automotive store. Follow the directions on the bottle.
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
Very simple locate the radiator on the car and at the bottom/underneath of the car there will be a drain plug either on the far left or far right of the car's radiator. Just unscrew it and catch the old antifreeze and dispose of it appropriately. Once drained, simply refill the radiator and let it burp a few times then put the cap back on and continue to fill the overflow reservoir to full cold level line. Then start the car and let it run for about 10-15mins continually watching/filling the reservoir until the car is warm and it doesn't seem to be removing any more antifreeze from the reservoir. FINALLY let the car cool completely about an hour or so. And check the coolant one last time, the overflow reservoir that is, make sure it is filled to the full cold level line. NOTE: BE SURE NOT TO OVERFILL OR IT MAY LEAK OUT WHILE CAR IS RUNNING. Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
most chevys have a yellow wire in the harnes that goes to the steering colum that is the security and I have had to just cut the wire to eliminate it but I would check a wire diagrahm before cutting
Posted on Jan 30, 2010
may be the oil sending unit is bad
may be the oil pump
is there any noise in the engine?
have the oil pressure check at a repair shop to make sure you have enough oil pressure
if it's ok then have the shop replace the switch while they have the old one out to check the pressure
Posted on Mar 09, 2010
down by the start is a fused link, this link may have burned out and will need replaced before you will get voltage to the starter
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
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