As far as i now, having just replaced the water pump on my 90 sunbird LE non-turbo, there are several marks to look for. The first is on the bottom pully which should be alinged with 8 on the plastic timing belt cover. Next after removing the plastic timing belt cover - no simple task as you have have to remove the alternator serpentine belt and tensioner - check that the cam shaft sprocket at the top has its notch at 12oclock which will align it with the 'v' groove in the metal timing belt cover bolted to the engine. If not remove the belt by sliding it off adjst the cam shaft sprocket as mentioned above and put the belt back on. Good luck. PS you may have to remove the passenger side front wheel and inside wheel shroud to better access the lower part of the timing and crankshaft pully. Best bet hit your local library for the Hayes or daynes autorepair manuals.
PPs sorry maybe a better manual would be Chilton's Repair Manual
there is a sticker on your strut tower...my 88 is 8 degrees
108 miles per hour.
Possible timing belt jump?? Sorry, Mark
CHECK GUAGE LIGHT COME ON
Wikipedia says less than 1300 verts
According to NADAGuides.com, a 1987 Pontiac Sunbird Coupe with a turbo engine has an average retail value of $2,275. That price, however, will depend on a number of factors, including the number of miles on the odometer, the condition of the body and the condition of the components, including the turbocharger.
Please clarify your question and include make, model, year, engine size and transmission. Are you asking about an actuator for the turbo charger? The waste gate on the turbo charger? Or for the heater vent controls?
Some automatic cars does have Turbo(s).
no,mine is 3 speed automatic turbo-hydromatic 400,they came both ways.
00 because there is no 89 sunfire turbo 89 was the sunbird
I own a 1989 Sunbird GT turbo and the vacuume line diagram is located under the hood on the top left corner.