The water pumps are behind the timing belt on the lower portion of the block (I assume we're talking about the 4 cylinder engines), and run off the timing belt (meaning that you have to either be VERY careful with the timing or retime the whole thing when you're done). I've done a few of them and I would *really* recommend taking it to a mechanic - it's a royal pain in the butt to do yourself and, frankly, whatever you do for work you're probably better off making enough money doing that to pay the mechanic rather than spending hours and hours and hours yourself and risking ending up with your timing out.
Despite how much of a hassle it is, it doesn't take an experienced mechanic very long to do it (and the more or less 'official' job-time-estimate manuals reflect this, so shop around if you get a ridiculously high quote); I believe it's only rated at a few hours.
If you DO decide to do it, get a shop manual (ie: Haynes of Chilton). You'll need it. Good luck either way!
It dep[ends on exctly which engine you have as to how difficult it is, Get a manual you your car and do the job correctly .
From the trunk.
In the fuel tank.
put a new bolb in them
no,will not line up
In 1992, it was called the Sunbird. The Sunfire did not come out until 1995
I have a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird with 2.0 four cylinder in it, just found the crank sensor on it, to replace it. It is located on the FRONT side of the engine, below exhaust manifold and just above the A/C compressor. HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE ELSE!
No. There would be a gasket between the head and the block, though.
170 km/h or 106 mph.
yes it can but you need to change te harness, do you have the concealed headlamps for sale or something?
Look at the belt on the engine, then look at the pulleys. The water pump is behind the pulley without any groves in the pulley.
How do you replace the ignition swith opn a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville se
Passenger side, near the firewall inside the car.
the part with the spring goes towards the motor,
With a BFH ( Big Friggen Hammer)
about 2 hours
The 1992 V-6 Pontiac Sunbird radiator drain plug, is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a 5/8 socket.
Replace the spark plugs.
http://www.driverside.com/car/pontiac-sunbird-1992-1008-2054-0There is some information about the car, what do you want to know- edit your title and provide more information so we can better help you.
is it not on the side of your car????? right along with "sunbird" :| if its not..Sorry...weird.
1992, v6, pont. sunbird, quit running going down road, everything is still working and okay but won't fire up
One of them is behind the instrument cluster and the other is on the side of the transmission. Ray
Which engine?? The 3.1 V6 does not adjust. You simply torque them to 20 foot lbs.
When I first realized I had to change the water pump in my Grand Am it looked pretty daunting and I wasn
go to autozone.com current vehicle upper left choose car repair info vehicle repair guide you should be able to find it in there