Andrew, a CANADIAN apprentice
I'm not sure about newer Sunfires - but the information above is incorrect regarding older models. I replaced the bulbs on my instrument cluster without opening or compromising it on my 99 Sunfire.
You have to remove the dashboard, then remove the instrument cluster. On the back of the cluster, you'll find that you can unscrew the bulbs from the back and replace them.
I assume you are referring to between the engine and the firewall. There are 2 heater hoses in that location.
There is no fuel reset button on this car. Describe the problem your having. I assume it cranks, but doesn't start? BClear.
You have to remove the tail light lens cover from inside the trunk- there are about 6 nuts holding it on --the whole cover comes off and bingo there are your lites for the Pontiac emblem that lights up!! There are no lights persay just for the Licence plates on my 96 Sunfire and I assume the same on a 98
I would assume Pontiac Game Changing Performances stopped since Pontiac is going under.
I've changed injectors on my '96, with help from my mechanic. I would assume that the procedure is similar for your car. It's a pretty direct job, but my best suggestion is to pick up a Haynes or Chilton manual. They are very good at showing and telling about injectors.
I assume you are referring to the rear seat. Open the trunk, look up toward the upper front of the trunk and you will see two black straps hanging down from below the rear window. Pull on them and it will releast the seat to fold down. There is a separate release for each side of the seat.
yes as they work together
There are not many words that you could use to replace the word expect. In certain situations you could replace expect with assume.
since the throttle is electronic i would assume its on your gas pedal
If you are having trouble with your window going back up to the up position, I assume that it has no trouble going down. The problem may be the motor in the door being to weak to push the window back up. You can replace this for about 55.00 good luck
1st time I did it it took me awhile. Probable about 5 hours. Most my time was spent accessing the water pump and cleaning off the old gasket. I assume someone with more experience and proper tooling could do it in a couple of hours. I had to remove the alternator and that mounting bracket that it sat on. Removed the mounting bracket because I had limited access to the gasket that was left on the engine from the water pump. I also didn't have the proper Serpitine Belt tensioner tool...so I had to run out and purchase one of those.
The engine in the Pontiac Vibe is a l.8 litre engine . It is the same engine you will find in the Toyota Corolla. Since the Vibe is very similar to the Toyota Matrix, I assume that the engines are similar as well.