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Behind the dash on the passenger side behind the glove box.
Sometimes when you turn when you park there is tension on the wheels. It will lock the steering wheel. You have to put the key in and turn the wheel to unlock it. You have to put more pressure on the steering wheel than the tires are.
check the master swtch on the door for line damage.
Is there an excess amount of water coming out of your exhaust?Did you flush the radiator? Also an over heating problem could make the water pump go bad also.
Check the wire harness for a split or fray. The line may be arching power. It has been known to happen with GM cars.
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1 Look at your locking mech. Does it open and not push the seat? Then go under the seat. If something is wedged in the console or tracking below the seat it can prevent it. Several drinks spilled can also make it really gummy. 2 It has a sock in the tank. A canister possibly on the framerail on the drivers side. The older ones had one between the carb and the framerail.
Yes it has a big factor in the life of your oil and your filter life. It is a must.
Star by checking your fuse. Then check the Power to the system and check your grounds. Once you have established power you can trouble shoot further. Make sure the radiator is topped. If it is not that can affect it.
Yes. You may have to rethread the hole to a bigger size and up the bolt size.