How to Put a CV Joint on a 1995 Monte Carlo?

Answer The 1995 Monte Carlo has a standard CV shaft on the driver's side. The passenger side uses an intermediate shaft from the transaxle to an engine bracket where a CV shaft is connected to the interme... Read More »

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1995 Monte Carlo: How to Replace the Ball Joint?

The ball joints, the connectors between the steering of your vehicle and the wheels themselves, are situated underneath your vehicle between the lower control arm and the steering knuckle. If the b... Read More »

1995 Monte Carlo Z34 Specs?

Since Chevrolet first released the Monte Carlo in 1970, it has been a two-door vehicle. Chevrolet stopped making the Monte Carlo in 1988 but started production of the car with the 1995 model-year. ... Read More »

How to Put Freon in a 1995 Monte Carlo Z34?

Adding refrigerant to your 1995 Monte Carlo Z34 is something that most home mechanics can do themselves. It is not uncommon to lose small amounts of refrigerant over time. As the weather cools, the... Read More »

Where is the map sensor on a 1995 Monte Carlo?

The map sensor on a 1995 Monte Carlo is located below the exhaust gas recirculation (more commonly known as the EGR) valve on the driver's side of the upper intake manifold.Source:Monte Carlo speci... Read More »