usually on the driver side door
The side of the driver's door on my 2002 Pontiac sunfire is a little hard to read, but I believe it says 30 PSI.
How do yo fix a stuck driver side electric window on a 1998 pontiac firebird.
fuse box on the inside of the car, driver side
The fuse panel is located in the side of the dash where the driver's door closes against it
its right next to the valve cover on the driver side behind the coolant sensor
Try looking in the trunk on the driver's side inside fender underneath the carpeting.
use a very long flat head screw driver with a hammer and a pair of plyers
there is a large metal staple type fastener on the frt of the knob that can be pulled out with a screw driver
Not positive on your model, but open the driver's side door and look at the end of the dashboard. There should be a little access panel.
The starter solenoid, or ignition switch is bad, and either one needs to be replaced.
IT IS LOCATED ON DRIVER SIDE OF ENGINE BEHIND THE THERMOSTATE HOUSEING IT HAS TWO WIRES YELLOW AND BROWN HOPE THIS HELPS
Look to the left side of the driver's seat on the floor. There should be a lever between the seat and the door sill.
check for the relay it maybe bad it has left and right
Where is it? I'm not positive about your model, but try opening the driver's side door and looking on the end of the dashboard. There may be a little door there. The fuses are inside.
Probably either in the "convenience center", located at the driver's side kick panel, or inside the steering column housing.
If it's anything like my '96, it's located on the side of the dashboard. You have to open the driver's side door to see it. There are also some fuses and relays under the hood on the driver's side fender well.
On the coupe it is under the hood. On the convertible it is inside the driver side fender.On the coupe it is under the hood. On the convertible it is inside the driver side fender.
Here they are:Driver side: 22"Passenger side: 17".
There isn't a fuse for the horn. The horn instead uses a relay to function. The GM Parts Department specifies it is located underneath the driver's side panel where the accelleration and brake pedals are.
Check the "convenience center" located near the driver's side kick panel. If you don't find it there, it may be inside the steering column housing. FriPilot
There might still be a sticker on the driver's side door pillar telling you what the size is. If not, a quick call to a tire shop should give you the answer.
I don't know about 2000, but my 98 Sunfire I had to change the DRL (Daytime Running Lights) relay. It's a little black box, 5 pins if I recall. It's in the fuse box on driver side, end of dashboard, after opening the driver side door. The fuse panel should have a legend for each fuse/relay as well. Easy as changing a fuse.
There are two places, that I know of, where fuses are located. One is the fuse panel which on my older model, is at the left side of the dash. You have to open the driver's door to access it. The other place is under the hood on the driver's side fender well.
Turn the wheels all the way to the right. Look between the back of the driver side wheel and the fender. You will see the reverse light switch just above the transaxle.