I have a 2009 Chevy Equinox AWD Sport with the ENGINE GAS, 6 CYL, 3.6L(220 CID), SFI, V6, ALUM, 60 DEGREES, GM. I’ve watched several videos with the sensor in various locations. Can anyone tell me where mine would be? Thanks for your help.
This how-to will explain the procedure to remove and replace the exhaust cam actuator solenoid on a 2011 2.4L Terrain. The procedure is similar for other engines and the part looks similar but may be in a different location. This is also the exact same procedure for the intake cam actuator...
I had a motor and transmission put in my equinox and the light came on for o2 sensor but when I changed them all I saw that the studs were stripped out I want to replace the back two are easy but how can I replace the front two?
Im looking to wire an antenna from the right side fender near the hood hinge into the cabin. Anyone one if there are plugs giong that way? I know there is a gap from the fender to the door. I do not want the wire to go through the door jam.
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