CHECK GUAGE LIGHT COME ON
108 miles per hour.
there is a sticker on your strut tower...my 88 is 8 degrees
There should be a boost line going to the actuator. Pull that and attach a line with a pump and gauge. When you apply pressure to the actuator it should move. Should take 8-12 lbs of pressure
According to NADAGuides.com, a 1987 Pontiac Sunbird Coupe with a turbo engine has an average retail value of $2,275. That price, however, will depend on a number of factors, including the number of miles on the odometer, the condition of the body and the condition of the components, including the turbocharger.
Wikipedia says less than 1300 verts
00 because there is no 89 sunfire turbo 89 was the sunbird
check if you have an aftermarket turbo LOL
on the top of the turbo '02 plate will have a rubber hose connected to it
I own a 1989 Sunbird GT turbo and the vacuume line diagram is located under the hood on the top left corner.
I had a 1988 Pontiac Sunbird GT with the 2.0L Turbocharged engine. I replaced the alternator every 26K mi. I believe this was due to the underhood temperatures caused by the turbo. I had the car for 123K mi. before I sold it. Still in great shape. Could be due to a short in the electrical system or a bad ground.
Possible timing belt jump?? Sorry, Mark
It's right there mounted to the turbo itself....
IS JUST THE HANDLE OF THE CABLE BROKE OFF UNDER THE DASH? IF SO USE A PAIR OF PLIARS TO PULL THE CABLE TO POP THE HOOD.
IS IT DIESEL TURBO IF SO IT THE SWIRL POT ACTUATOR THAT NEEDS REPLACING £14 FROM VX
turbo trans am came out in 81
I once had the same problem in my 89 Sunbird turbo. The computer "ECM" went bad and the speedo stopped working. I would see what ECM codes you have causing the check engine light and go from there.
The Sunbird can readily accept any GM 60 degree V6 or GM 4-cylinder engine including Quad4 and Ecotec engines. GM 90 degree V6 and Cadillac 4.1,4.5,4.9 engines will also fit, but only if you have a big hammer and are willing to deal with some fun suspension issues.
if the turbo is the factory equipped turbo and not an aftermarket/performance turbo, your wastegate solenoid may be malfunctioning or you may have a vacuum leak somewhere. Your turbo's wastegate actuator is run off vacuum, and it controls boost. If the actuator never actuates, the turbo will make way too much boost.If it is a performance/upgrade turbo, surge is caused by poor turbocharger design. You have to send the turbo to a turbo shop to fix the surge firstname.lastname@example.org
Most accepted definition is Grand Touring. The GT package on the Sunbird came with a completely different front fascia than the other Sunbirds. They also included a turbo charged engine.
printable diagram for firing order for 1980 trans am turbo 301 4.9 engine
What does the in side of a pontiac 350 turbo transmission look like in side 1972Can you show me
any Buick, olds or Pontiac turbo 350, turbo 400 or any overdrive tranny should bolt up to your engine.