I have not installed a new CD layer in my 99 sunfire yet but have been discussing it. Whatever you do DO NOT TAKE OUT THE OLD ONE. You have to keep the old one hooked up in the trunk because the minute you turn your new CD player w/o the old one hooked up...your air bags will deploy. Make sure you wire in the old one, and you can keep it in your trunk!!!
The previous post is incorect, there is no need to relocate the radio. Airbag, or any other system, will not be affected in pre 1999 cars. Starting in 2000 a different system is used making it necesary to relocate the stock radio to the trunk to preserve the door chime and onstar functions ONLY. If you don't have these systems, or don't mind if there disabled then there is no reason to relocate the radio. For more info visit www.jbody.org
Forgot to add how to remove the radio. Open the glove box all the way, you have to pull the latch thing out of its slot to get open enough. Remove the two screws for the radio trim plate from the left side of the glove box. Pull the trim plate off, unscrew the radio, unplug the harness. Hook up your new radio and enjoy.
The last answer is correct. just go to any electronic store and get a stereo harness adapter, it plugs right into the one that is unpluged from the factory radio, and a stereo mounting kit, the wires are all color coded to the after market radio wires its very easy they cost about 15.00 each best buy or wal-mart should have them have fun.good luck ( brad Maine )
For my 2000 Pontiac Sunfire SE I have bought a new CD-Player and the "GM 88+" wiring harness did NOT work. I had to go buy a special one that is marked for a 2000 Saturn. The GM wiring harness looked absolutely nothing like the original connecter that went into my factory CD-Player. All the information I had to work with was that the red power wire from the new CD-Players wires had to get its power from elsewhere. I'm guessing a fuse but I'm not sure. Any suggestions??
On the rightside of the car. The low pressure line with the blue cap.
A good auto audio shop can fabricate one for you. Or, you might try Crutchfield.com
Take it out and put a new one in!
I found mine on the side of the road when I put her in the ditch... Anyone know how to wire it all back it with out haveing problems?
in order to do this is simply easy first locate the starter on my 99 sunfire it is under the engine near the fan so you gotta get under the car and just simply take the nuts and bolts off and remember which one goes where for when u put the new one on... hope it helped some
if you're going through the trouble of dropping the fuel tank, I'd just put a new one in and be done with it
Per Autozone: http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm?pageId=0900c1528003cc3a
I have a 1999 Sunfire and I have problems with the theft system too. Sometimes, I am able to pull the fuses and put them back and it'll start. Other times, I have to just sit and wait (for about 8 minutes) and then it'll start.
put a new bulb in it, stoopiT !!!!
Possible, yes. Easy? No.
Suck out the old and put in the new.
one at a time
In the dipstick tube.
You take the old one out and put the new one in.
put a new bulb in u retard
It has a capacity of 4 quarts.
I put a new crankshaft sensor in a 1999 buick centry with a 3100 and I get a po336 code
1996 pontiac sunfire 2.2 crank was moved but cam was not could the timing get out 180 degrees before i put it back together
anythings possible if you put your mind to in but keep in mind the money youll put into it you mite as well just buy a new one.
whaT KIND OF COOLANT DO I PUT IN MY 2001 PONTIAC SUNFIRE Generally, the GM model vehicles, or is this case, the sunfire, use a specific kind of coolant called DEX-cool extended life engine coolant. It is orange-ish in color and most of the time GM specific. i have a 01 sunfire, 2.2 liter myself, and on my car frame, i have a sticker that says "Use only DEX-cool engine coolant....". Hope this helps!
has the engine run since new timing belt put on? if not whoever did the work, didnt get the timing right.
It doesn't have one unless you put one in yourself
bottom of engine 1 bolt pull it out and put the new one in
How much it cost to put a transmission in a 1999 passat