How do you support the engine on a 92 Pontiac Bonneyville so that you can remove the engine mount for access to the water pump?
Place a floor jack under your engine with a board resting on the jack under your engine between the oil pan and the transmission pan and slowly raise the jack until it supports your engine. remove the motor mount. perform repair. replace mount. remove jack and board. wish we would have rememberedthis earlier.
What size engine? If the engine is a 3.4 litre, the sensor is located directly under the power steering pump. Power steering pump, must be removed before you can gain access to the camshaft sensor. I also removed the engine mount, to ease removal of power steering pump. Caution!!! (support engine with jack before removing engine mount.)
Open Hood and support with attached support rod. The BLACK assembly when looking at the Engine just to the LEFT of the Battery. It is bolted to the Body and has 2 Plastic wing nut/screws for removing the cover to gain access to the Filter. After removing cover screws, the cover slides off at the back of the assembly.
The Fuel pump in all Fieros regardless of year or engine (assuming stock engine), is in the fuel tank itself. Replacement of the fuel pump requires the removal of the fuel tank from the bottom of the car. The access port is located on the top of the tank. There is no access to it from within the car. Shadow4evr
There is no such thing as a 1995 Pontiac engine. IIRC Pontiac engines were last used in Pontiac cars in 1988, and in GMC trucks in 1992. A 1995 Pontiac may have a Buick 3800 engine with the oil pressure sender screwed into the block just above the oil filter. You might have a Chevy or Oldsmobile engine..... but unless it's a V8 your oil pressure sender should be very near the oil filter.