I'm not surprised. Mechanics hate beauty covers like that and tend to throw them away -- especially if the car is owned by a woman or a geezer, those type of owners never notice.Hi,after copying all the great pictures of the procedure,i lift up the hood of my '95 Deville 4.9 litre and to my amazement the plastic cover that needs to be removed IS`NT EVEN THERE AT ALL!
I bought this caddy from my aunt last november and perhaps the mechanics that she always had service it may have forgot to put it back on or thought it was`nt needed.
The good thing is it`s really easy to get at PCV valve----but i don`t like the fuel rails and ISC motor being exposed.
I`d like to put the proper plastic cover over these exposed parts.If anyone knows the CORRECT PART NAME for the plastic cover,please post it here.If i knew the name of it,i could locate one on e-bay or at a local gm parts store.
Hi,i followed your advice----i took a picture of the plastic shield to my local GM parts dealership.The correct name for the part is FUEL INJECTION SITE SHIELD.I was told the part has been discontinued but he found another manufacturer that has the part.Amazingly,the total cost plus shipping was just $19.00.If you really want to locate it at a dealer, parts rep can bring up an exploded picture, which will show part and part #.
I recently needed a special?? bolt for the front header (body part) on a LeSabre. Surprisingly, there was bolt and clip that I needed.
Admittedly, $3 for a bolt. But then I am paying for the future health care costs for everybody in Detroit and their brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins, grandparents, grandkids, adopted kids, etc. I am afraid to ask if the unions ever included health care for pets.