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Question about 1991 Astro Extended

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...chevy astro van than has oil leak. how can i fix it my self first thing we need to do is locate the source of the leak. depending onn where it is and the condition of the leak. youu might need ...


...oil pressure switch/sending unit. This switch serves two functions. 1) provide oil pressure reading 2) disable the fuel pump relay in event of oil pressure loss. === When this switch is failing to ...


...pressure regulater on a 1998 chevy astro van ? where is the fuel pressure regulater on a 1998 chevy astro van 4.3 engine? it is on the fuel rail on the engine its next to the fuel line conection from ...

oil pressure should be 60 to 65 psi when engine started cold and at operating temperature should be 40 to 50 PSI at idle and 45 to 60 at higher RPM's with engine at operating temperature. Low pressure

...located? the electrial drawing shows it but not where the location is. there is no relay power from control panel through pressure switchs to compressor is there more than one fuse for the air ...

sensor is located on my 1998 Chevy Astro van? coolant temperature sensor is located next to thermostat housing at front of engine in intake manifold you will see it right next to top radiator hose but

...control module. problem still same. when eng is started it runs smooth but after it is warm it starts to run rough. Hi try to disconnect the airflow sensor or check for a low fuel pump

...sensor, 98 chevy astro carries 3 oxygen sensor. i belived your bad sensor is on the passenger side by the exhaust manifold but if not try the drivers side all the oxygen sensor for this van are the ...

where is the map sensor on a 98 chevy astro van located in the air intake hose

Question about 1995-2004 GMC Chevy Astro Safari Van Halo Projector Headlights Chrom

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...wont pump fuel I would check your oil sending unit. (Oil Pressure sensor). They are in the same circuit. Also maybe crank sensor. Hope this helps Did you check your fuses? Might be a fuel pump ...

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