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About Chevrolet Lumina

Chevrolet Lumina is a mid-size vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Chevrolet from 1989 to 2001. The first Chevrolet Lumina was introduced for the 1990 model year as a 2-door coupe and a 4-door sedan. It is the replacement for Chevrolet Celebrity sedan, Chevrolet Monte Carlo coupé, Chevrolet Caprice in Mexico and Chevrolet Impala in Argentina. Chevrolet Lumina had been produced through four generations but the third and fourth generation (1998-2003) was only for export to Middle East and South Africa.
The first generation Chevrolet Lumina (1989-1994) was introduced in North America in 1990 but the Lumina was used already by Chevrolet in NASCAR one year earlier. There were base Lumina, high performance Lumina Z34 and Lumina Euro 3.4 trim levels available. Chevrolet Lumina got powers from 2.2 L and 2.5 L inline 4-cylinder engines as well as 3.1 L and 3.4 L V6 engines. And engines were attached to 5-speed manual, 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmissions. Then the redesigned Chevrolet Lumina was unveiled at the 1995 Los Angeles Auto Show in January 1994 as a 1995 model, which started the second generation (1994-2001). It then offered Base (1995-2001), LS (1995-1999) and LTZ (1997-1999) trim levels. Available engines all became 3.1 L, 3.4 L and 3.8 L V6 engines mated to 4-speed automatic transmissions.

Chevrolet Lumina Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Though Chevrolet Lumina has a history of 22 years, it still could not withstand the wearing by nature. For your Chevrolet Lumina's sake, you have the need to know about how to diagnose and solve common problems:
First, suspension system failure. Chevrolet Lumina owners said that when they brake or accelerate, they could hear a clunking noise or grinding noises while turning as well as excessive road noises. These noises could be distractions when driving. Besides, sever damage to only the front tires and brakes caused uneven tire and brake wear. If your Chevrolet Lumina also becomes harder to control when turning corners, then you probably need to check the trailing arm bushing and coil spring insulator.
Second, cooling system failure. I am sure that you must know the consequences of this problem, which are overheating engine and reduced engine performance. If you notice that you have to add coolant more often and find leaking coolant as well, your Chevrolet Lumina should get a new coolant reservoir.
While besides mentioned auto parts, in Chevrolet Lumina, trunk latch, tailgate latch, tailgate lock and hood latch are easy to go break. What's more, emblem in Lumina would fade as time passes by, so please pay more attention to them.
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