Antifreeze and Engine Coolant
Pontiac Sunfire
1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers

How do you install the coolant reservoir on a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire which hold a 2.2 L size coolant reservoir?

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2015-07-15 21:04:12
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The plastic tank is held on with a single bolt.It's below the tank toward the front of the car. Use plyers to slip hose clamps off.

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