You cant. They are meant to be lubricated by the rear differential oil. You don't need to lube them. They're a sealed bearing unit. Also, there is no "rear differential" on a 1994 Pontiac Bonneville, or any other car that is front-wheel drive. In fact, the '94 Bonneville has independent rear wheel suspension, meaning that, other than the frame/body of the car, there is no connection whatsoever between the wheels. Even with standard suspension for a front-wheel drive vehicle, the rear wheels typically have only a bar, rod or frame between them, and rotate on their own spindles, independently of the other. If you are having problems with your rear wheels, jack the car up, take the wheel and brake drum off (if you have drum brakes) and rotate the hub by hand. See if you can feel any catches, or rough places in the rotation. Even better, get a mechanic's stethoscope. It has a long metal rod instead of that round bell that a doctor's has. Take the wheel off, etc. and rotate the hub while you listen to the backside of the hub. You may be able to hear what it's doing. Hope this helps.
check the O2 sensors
where is a map sensor loction for 1994 ponatic bonneville?
i have changed all my bulbs for a 1994 Bonneville still i have no tail lights for nite driving
what are the color codes for a Bonneville radio
The 1994 Pontiac 3.8L V6 has 170 hp.
That depends on which kind of wheel bearings. The 1994 Dakota 4X4's (and possibly a few 2wd's) came with a non-repackable, sealed hub assembly, in which case, no packing is possible. A problem with the wheel bearings in that case means replacing the entire hub assembly.For 2wd models using tapered spindles and wheel bearings, packing the bearings is the same as packing any other wheel bearings; A simple, if messy job that will be cleaner (maybe) if you wear gloves. First off, clean all traces of old grease from the bearings and races with solvent. Then inspect them for any signs of wear, heat discolouration, or other defects. If any defect is present, replace the bearing and its races; They come in matched sets, you cannot use old bearings with new races, or vice versa. That done, now its just a matter of using your hands and fingers to squeeze and pack (hence the term, 'packing') the bearings full of grease, making certain that the grease fills every nook and cranny of the bearings and their cage. That's all there is to it. Once that's done, install them properly and happy motoring.
The 1994 SSEI is on the overhead counsel.
Where is the thermostat
Modern Marvels - 1994 Grease was released on: USA: 21 January 2011
Marilu - 1994 Grease Reunion was released on: USA: 14 February 1995
The fireing order is 1,6,5,4,3,2.
Too many variable for a meaningful answer
I would like to have a dimgram to show me how to put the hater core out and in on my 94 Pontiac Bonneville
I think you just disconnect the battery then reconnect
It is inside the gas tank
If they are original they have no grease fittings If they are replacement they will have grease fitting on the side - special fitting for your grease gun will be required (Thinner than normal)
sensor de map
fuse box fuse for the door lock
should be somewhere underneath the passenger side dash glovebox area
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I have a '93 ssei. It takes 10w30
It doesn't have a carburetor, it has a throttle body fuel injection system.
you can find it at autozone.com