Yes. Actually, this is becoming the new standard weight oil in much of the US.
depends who is rebuilding it. If you are and know what your doing then not that much. If you buy a rebuilt engine it will run you about 2000-3000. Then you need to have someone install it.
I paid $3,500 for mine. Kelly Blue Book for a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire SE Coupe is $3,250.00 retail.
Spec is: It will depend if your car is 2 or 4 doors, and also the size of the engine. 2,605 lb (1,182 kg)
A 2001 Pontiac Sunfire requires 1.8 quarts of DEXRON III fluid for the 5-speed manual transmission.
You can find quite a bit of info about Sunfires at this website http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1995-to-2005-pontiac-sunfire-6.htm FriPilot
2,606 lbs dry curb weight.
The labor to replace a clutch on a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire can range from $670 to $850, depending on where you go. This does not include the cost of the clutch itself, which is roughly $800.
The price for a new exhaust system for a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire is between $110 and $253, depending on the brand chosen. The MagnaFlow is one of the more expensive brands.
305 HP @ 5,200 rpm
Which fluid are you referring to? Engine oil? Transaxle fluid? Power steering fluid? Coolant? Brake fluid? We need more info, please.
I know that on a '96 the fuel filter is an in-line type near the fuel tank. As Pontiac hasn't really altered much on the Sunfire in over ten years, I'd suggest starting there.
When changing the transmission fluid of any car, it is important to know how much fluid to put in. A 2001 Pontiac Sunfire takes 2.5-3 quarts of transmission fluid.
A 4 cylinder takes 4 and 1/2 quarts
1200 $ for a new head and instalation
You can check the big box parts house's websites for competitive prices.
Coolant is all pretty much the same from manufacturer to manufacturer. Check your owner's manual to find out the right mixture for your Sunfire
Our 1998 GTP has 240 hp