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The cap should have the number 1 next to one of the plug wires. If it doesn't, take out the number one spark plug out and turn the engine by hand until the compression stroke is felt by placing a finger in the spark plug hole. Watch the timing mark on the dampener come up to TDC. Noe look to see which plug wire the rotor is pointing to. That's #1
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1990 Lesabre transmission
I believe you asked this question a bit differently in another post...???Your best source for this info is a local scrapyard...they generally know what fits what...they have to...it's their business!!! Most common unit in those is either a 440t4 or 125c or their derivitives. Yard will know this!!
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
Hello, I'm not sure if you are still dealing with this problem, but here are a few tips.
1.When the car is running and at normal operating temperature, check the transmission fluid level. If the transmission fluid level is low, this will cause the Transmission to slip when in drive.
2.If you transmission fluid level is low, this usually indicates you have a leak. Transmission fluid does not need to be changed like other fluids such as oil.
3.You may also want to add a "stop slip" agent to you car, this may help or possibly correct the problem.
4.If all else fails, I would recommend you take you car into a certified Transmission shop. Please vote or rate this reply if you found this reply helpful.
Posted on May 29, 2009
aarondevin: In order to validate the severity of the your problem, you have to first determine where the leak is coming from. You will have to securely raise the car (on jack stands)and clean the entire area of where the leak appears to be coming from. Once you have cleaned and located the source(s) of where the leak is, post where the leak is coming from. I will then be able to provide further tips/solutions on what step to take next. Please vote for this reply if you have found this to be helpful, Thank you
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
The door panel will have to be removed.Look for all screws and remove them.Then pull panel off gentle.The little plastic keepers will pull out,some will stay in the panel,you will have to pry the ones in the door out and place them back in the door panel before reinstalling the door panel.Look for a broken gear,or I think in this case,a broken gear tape.also the window guides(may be not all of them)will have to be replaced.Then fold around the window,and fit in the track.I really can not tell you much more,this is the best I can instruct on this item,If I can still be of help,please ask.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
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