Its easier to access it from the top than the bottom!
You need to remove the liner on the trunk lid. That will give you access to the license plate lights housing. Remove the sockets by twisting 1/4 turn and replace bulbs. Size for bulbs are 2825
May have to remove fuel tank for access
you have to take all brakes and rotor off the hub. then you must spin the hub so the access hole is in front of the bolts,and take all 3 bolts off. then you must pull the hub off of the spline.
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.
It looks as if I'll have to crawl under the front of the car to access the bulb to replace it.
Open the hatchback and locate the trim plate inside the hatchback. Pry it off with a thin plastic tool such as a putty knife to gain access to the lamps.
It's on the passenger side of the engine at the rear. You need to access it from underneath the vehicle. (unless you have really small hands!!)
I'm guessing that you're referring to the lamps that light up the PONTIAC name across the center of the trunk lid. You access those lamps from the inside of the trunk lid IE: the back of the PONTIAC name. Mine were pretty stuck in place, so I ended up removing that entire rear light assembly. It comes out with about 6 screws. That gives you more access to the connectors.
If there is not an access hole in the rear trunk type area you will havfe to remove fuel tank to access
It's located on the engine side of the radiator. Lower passenger side. You have to get under the car to access it though. You can't see it from the top.
I can't tell you precisely, but you'll see it when you pull the inside door panel off to access it.
It is located in the front of the engine, above the oil filter, next to the starter. Your going to have to remove the starter for easier access to the sensor.
Those bulbs are very common. You should be able to find them at Auto Zone/Checker etc. There are a few of them behind that PONTIAC name. You access them from inside the trunk lid.
One in each door have to remove door panels for access & 2 0n deck lid in trunk get acces to trunk for these speskers.
Drain the fuel tank and then remove it from the vehicle. This will give you access to the fuel pump.
You can access the backup light on your Pontiac from the trunk compartment. Remove the backup light cover. Take hold of the backup light connector, push in and turn at the same time. Do the same with the backup lightbulb. Reverse the process to install the new lightbulb.
Ive been trying to figure this out myself,there's no bulb on mine.An no apparent access to it from outside or the trunk
under the driver side tire,jack it up for access
in a 99 there is easy access in the trunk, if u pull out the interior you will see it toward the back seats.
factory recommendation is to cut a hole in the inner fender well to access/replace it.
Unscrew the bulb from the back of the light assy. If you have to you may need to remove it from the vehicle. Remove head light assembly(2 screws) Easy access to bulb/socket.
i find it best from the top because laying under your car dosent give much space or movement
There isn't one. Access to the radiator is via the reservoir.
No, you can cant the engine forward to gain access to the pump.