Question about 1995 GMC Safari
I have 95 GMC Safari repaired engine Beginning of this year. Repaired transmission 2 months ago. New sparks and all related cap/rotor/ etc. I replaced Radiator after over heating. Oil is fine. Exhaust is fine. Ran codes and have a 35 and 43 going on. Temp guage quit working after it over heated. Read haynes manual to change o2 sensor and can't locate where to change it along with IAC and whatever the Vaccum Leak PCV is Can you help me Locate this?
The o2 sensor is on the exhaust wherer the manifold meets the dounut.... the pcv valve is usually on the passangers side on top of the valve. if you get the parts from your local auto parts store than you willl see what you are looking for.
Posted on Aug 11, 2008
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