There is no speedo cable on a Sunfire.
You don't. You replace the worn out rear break shoes. If that doesn't do it you need to replace the stretched E brake cable.
It could be that something in the pedal is bent/broken. More than likely the cable is binding. I'd replace the cable if nothing else is visibly causing the problem.
Generally, on ther throttle body. It is located 90 degrees from the accelerator cable.
unfortunately you don't.you have to purchase a new cable as these have no adjuster
disconnect the negative battery cable for 10 mins this will reset computer it will do it for sure
replace the shift cable
Are you really asking about the speedometer, or are you asking about the cable? It's hard for me to believe that you don't know where your speedo is.
I'm not positive here, as I don't have my Haynes manual at hand, but I think the speedo is cable driven from the transmission.
Master reset for what? Be more specific. unhook the negative cable from the battery for 30 seconds
If it is broken they cannot be repaired. You need to replace it.
The hood release cable snakes into the cabin of the car through the firewall. To replace the cable remove the old wire. Zip tie the new cable to the old one and pull it out. This will easily snake the new cable into place. Install the new cable on the release and lever.
what i did for a ground on my girlfriends 96 sunfire was in the trunk there are hooks that hold the cargo net and the carpet down. unscrew it and just place the ground cable in between the bolt and where it will be screwed into that works fine.
There are several reasons why the ABS light could be staying on in your 1995 Pontiac Sunfire. One reason is that the cable could have come loose. Another is that the fuse could be bad. To be on the safe side, you should have the car checked by your mechanic to see if there are any serious problems with the brakes themselves.
no, you should be able to replace it with out disassembling the whole starter....
you have to replace it
Its attached to the throttle body and should have about 4-5 wires going into it, it also should be near the end of the throttle cable
You may need new rear shoes. If not, then crawl under the car and look for a cable coming from the front which splits and goes to each rear brake. You will find an sdjustment on this cable, to remove slack.
Begin by removing the radio cover in your 2003 Pontiac. Remove the radio retaining screws. Slide the radio out. Remove the wiring harness and the antenna cable from the back of the radio.
Your GMC Suburban emergency brake release cable is held in place with a swivel nut on each end of the cable. Loosen the swivel nut to remove the cable. Reverse the process to install the new emergency brake release cable.
To replace a clutch cable fork on an Escort 1.85 diesel, first lift the clutch pedal to release the adjuster mechanism. Pull the cable through and hook the clutch cable fork.
Reach under the front of your car between the radiator and the grill and pull the wire down. That will unhook your hood latch. Replace the cable.
I can't tell you precisely on your model, but if you follow the positive (red) battery cable down from the battery, it should connect to one end of the starter. Hope that helps a little.
Detach the negative battery cable then the positive battery cableIf car is equipped with Delco Loc 2 or Theftlock audio system make sure you have the activation code first before disconnecting the battery cablesDetach any brackets or braces that would interfere with the removal of the battery then remove the hold-down clamp from the battery carrierCarefully lift the battery out