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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most older gm cars you can use dexron 2 transmission fluid or find in your local parts store a good brand of universal fluid.
Posted on Jun 08, 2008
You have an heated Oxygen sensor. 2 of the wires heat up the sensor and keep it at a certain temperature, it is turned on and off by the computer. The other 2 are use to send a very low voltage reading back to the computer to tell the computer if the engine is running rich or lean. I don't have a diagram to tell you which wire does what but you can get a manual and that should give you the information that you need and tell you how to trouble shoot it to tell if the sensor is bad or not, you may want to look for a wire laying on the exhaust, I have found wires burnt and lay on the metal.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
At that price replace the engine. Make sure though that you get a warranty for the engine that includes the cost of installation if the new one fails. Most shops will warranty for 90 days which is long enough to find out if there is going to be a problem.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Remove spark pug wires from spark plugs. On this engine, it is located on the top. Remove all plugs with socket and ratchet. The socket size is a 13/16th. The new plugs should be pregapped if the correct ones where given to you. But check the factory spec for the gap. There is a sticker in the engine compartment that should tell you the gap. Gap the plugs as required and install them. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN PLUGS, Double check factory tightening specs for plugs. Use a torque wrench to tighten plugs to required torque. If this this information is not available to you, then snug will be fine.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
SOURCE: tickin 2000 chev tracker
if its a ticking when you start from cold and goes away soon after start as the engine warms up it is most likely a crack in your exhaust manifold ( you may call it a header in the us) as it is getting the hot exhaust straight from the cylinder it heats up very quickly and closes the crack stopping the ticking. you should be able to get a nechanic to run a weld along the crack easily enough depending on where it is.
Posted on Aug 16, 2009
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