its already got one
Buy a new radio and install it
You need an aftermarket tach adaptor autometer makes a good one
Um, are you trying to install cruise on a car that didn't come from the factory with it? Or are you trying to replace/repair an existent system?FriPilot
no, instructions tell you to leave them on and they will break off during the bleeding process.
remove the plastic shield and unbolt two scres and the entire lens comes out don't touch the glass of the new bulb
tug the hose Drop the fuel tank, disconnect lines, remove pump and unit, reverse procedure to install.
depends who is rebuilding it. If you are and know what your doing then not that much. If you buy a rebuilt engine it will run you about 2000-3000. Then you need to have someone install it.
Might I suggest that either the leak was/is not at the timing cover gasket, or maybe something went wrong on the gasket install?
Drain off about 2 qts of coolant from radiator petcock after engine has cooled. Unplug wire harness from sensor. Remove sensor with a counterclockwise motion. Coat new sensor with a thread sealant and install until snug. Reconnect harness and refill coolant reservoir. Recheck coolant level after useage.
If the coolant system (radiator and reservoir) is full and the light remains on, the probe on the coolant level sensor is probably dirty. Remove it from the radiator, clean it gently with brake clean and an old toothbrush, re-install it, refill coolant system and you should be good to go.
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inner or outer? jaybird1980
Add the 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and preferably distilled water to the engine coolant reservoir on the drivers side of the engine compartment ( carefull you don't put coolant in the windshield washer fluid reservoir - they are side by side ) or , if the engine is completely cool , you can remove the radiator cap and add directly to the radiator , and then re-install the radiator cap
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.
The fuel pump eccentric? It is located on the front of the camshaft, and is retained by the cam bolt, and a large washer. To install a new one, you must drain the coolant, remove the alternator, power steering, balancer, fuel pump, timing cover, and cam bolt. Reverse the removal to reinstall, clean all mating surfaces, and use new gaskets and coolant.
These are after-market modifications, and are pretty straightforward. I'd GOOGLE "Sunfire cold air intake" to see what's around. Also, check some of the auto shops in your area. If you see one where all the kids with the hot little Japanese cars hang out, you can bet they'll be helpful. FriPilot
You fill the coolant through the reservoir, and install a pressure tester to check for leaks.
I guess you're asking about an after market intake? It should be easy. 1. Go to parts store...buy appropriate intake kit. 2. Follow manufacturers installation instructions
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It sounds like you may need to replace your thermostat. Even though you have enough coolant in the radiator and overflow reservoir the coolant may not be circulating through the system because the thermostat is not opening. When the coolant can't flow through the engine and radiator it will get very hot and stay very hot. This is usually an inexpensive and fairly easy fix, just purchase a new thermostat and install it or have a mechanic do it for you.
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