ohh man she doesent even have a bird, she has a buick skylark with the 3300 v6 in it,i know it isnt about t-birds so give it the boot if u want, but i really need help because i wanna get this done before dark, and i didntknow where else to post it
The firing orders for the 1993 Buick Century engines are:
3.3 Liter engine firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2 on this engine the #1 cylinder is closest to the FRONT of the car and closest to the belt (passenger's side of the car) Put another way, it is front right corner of the engine when viewed from driver's seat.
All this information is from page 20-4 of the 1986-1993 Chilton's Auto Repair Manual.
I had to return an ISP router to the cable company and the office is about 30 minutes away. As I am driving, the car starts acting like it is missing. I could really tell it was acting up when I had to go up hills.
I made it back, though the car was running really rough by the time I made it...
I noticed the sticky in the forum top but could not find the info provided there or via search. I spent the last 2 days tackling the valve covers before I start doing motor mounts and trans mount. Typical space problems and cursing provided on both sides for lack of clearance. Luckily...
DTC34: DRIVER SIDE AIR BAG CIRCUIT LOW RESISTANCE OR SHORTED
So, is it best to leave this alone and live with it or take it somewhere? From what I read, it would seem the air bag module is going bad.
I did not see where anyone mentioned in the threads what to actually do other than test the...
I own a 1993 Thunderbird LX 3.8L V6, It has been parked and non oped for a while due to a mystery vibration occurring.
My mech, Ken Loyd, after a long long brainstorm finally figured out the problem.
It was the oil pump and the intermediate oil pump shaft the one in between the distributor and...
My 1996 3.8l shakes when in idle in drive.
It doesn't shake when in park or driving just when I come to a stop and the RPMS are low.
What could this be ?
Car shakes so back when trying to park it sometimes dies
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