These are located near the intake manifold and brake fluid resevoir. It may have gone bad, That or you may have a piece of trash something blocking the sensor , just enough to not get a proper reading. I'm not sure it wasnt just baked on oil sludge. I was close to my brother's house and made it there without hearing any bad noises. Classifieds are to be listed in pages. For usage guidelines, see the.
We will not provide a replacement or credit for any part not purchased directly from our store. There is no dipstick on a 2002 Grand Am. Please remember that you are not anonymous. Spray down the valve body with brake parts cleaner and then replace the oil filter that just slides back in place, make sure you remove the old O ring that holds the oil filter in place. Some of the oil pan bolts are blocked by the tranny on the manuals. Before you can drop the oil pan, you need to drop the exhaust down to make room.
I was driving home on the freeway and the oil pressure light flickered on. If you live a particularly hot climate, 10W40 will work just fine too, and you might even be well off to go to 10W50, at least in the hottest months. If the pan is removed first, damage to the sensor may occur. To disconnect the plugs, you need to use a screwdriver and pull the release. So your vehicle could have the external filter. I screwed up though when tightening the exhaust cam down.
This is not an anything goes type of forum. I finally got around to start installing the oil pan and some other needed work this weekend. Balance Shaft Chain Removal Guide - Saab 9-5 Bulletin Board - Saabnet. If you look next to the trans dipstick tube, on top of the trans case you will see the filter or you will see just a spot where the filter use to go before they eliminated it. Otherwise you could pull the wires out of the plugs when the exhaust drops! But it was worth the money.
Please remember that you are not anonymous. Took about 10 minutes from start of grinding to full removal. Since the engine oil pan sits lower than the engine, it is exposed to the elements and potential road hazards. As that angelo guy said, more likely a hose or rear of intake gasket, but you have to look, from here I can't see it!!! You will just put them back in and they will be fine. Click here to see all the! Place an oil catch pan 5-8. Only the original purchaser of the part can receive a credit after they have purchased a replacement. Classifieds are to be listed in pages.
I had a bit of a problem reinstalling the exhaust cam though. Today was the balance shaft chain. What ever you do, do not do a transmission flush. If your going to attempt to service your transmission, you need to drop the transmission oil pan to remove and replace the transmission oil filter. This is a problem solving forum for over 250,000 Saab owners, so expect to see problems discussed here even though our cars are generally very reliable. If the trans does not have the external filter ontop then there is no service to the filter to be done, the only recommendation is to bring vehicle into a shop to have the fluid flushed.
The formed rubber oil pan gasket cannot be reused. That will help but you need to be able to raise the vehicle to work under it, then you need to remove all the pan bolts and if you can not drop the pan all the way, just enough to remove the gasket will work, make sure that you clean the surfaces on the pan and the block,dont use any sealer on it. Turbos generate a lot of extra heat which contributes to quick long chain molecule shear down in multi- viscosity oils. Removed head to replace the gasket and discovered the leak is lower than first thought by a few inches and it seems to be a seam of some sort it is very close to the oil passage my question is this a block that comes apart in mutiple peaces or is this a repairable part of the block or is the seam I see a casting mark, there seems to be 2 more seams on the block each lower. E16 torx for the bolts. The link just pushed out the back and the chain was separated.
The item must be new and in its original manufacturer packaging to be eligible for a cash refund. The hardest part is getting the oil pan out from under the engine. Sounded like a gun shot as the chuck bounced off the hood. The scissor jack that comes with the car is frightening and the lug wrench is a piece of crap. It common for the transmission to fail shortly after the transmission flush has been performed.
Loosen the engine and transmission mount bolts. Congratulations, you just completed the hardest part of the job! I realize this should be considered a temporary repair, but so far it is holding!!!. If naturally aspirated, you can use the same or 5W30. If you do have the job done by someone, make sure you get the oil pan cleaned out. If you break them off, you can buy new studs and nuts from , they are 8. I used an 18mm combination wrench.