it's probably the motor. i have a 2002 Pontiac sunfire and had to have both passenger side motors replaced windows would go down and would be slow coming back up and eventually it would not go back up period. the front driver side is now doing the same thing slow to come back up.
Well it all depends...So it can roll down but not up?
Anyways it could be the motor, wires, or relay...I think the switch only triggers one pulse and the relay is the one which controls it to go up or down...If the window can't go either way, try checking for a blown fuse...
Also does both sides do this or is it only one side? Is your window also controled by an alarm with a window module? Need to know more info...However I am leaning towards the relay...
disconnect and reconnect the switch...could be dirty contacts?!?
I had the same problem. I removed the door panel from the driver's side door. Then removed the electrical connector from the power window and put a volt meter on the connector while pressing the window switch. (turn key to on but don't start). If you get voltage at the connector when pressing the window switch to "up" position and "down" position, you have a bad motor. I ordered a window motor from eBay for $24.00
To change the reverse lights on a Pontiac Sunfire you need to locate it on the left side of the transaxle. Then, unplug the electric connector and remove the switch along with the socket.
How is the ignition key switch replaced on the 2000 Pontiac Sunfire? And after replacing the switch would I have to have it Towed to the Pontiac Dealer in order to have the car key programed to the Computer?
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under the dash
The neutral safety switch is found under the clutch pedal on a Pontiac Sunfire. Crawl under the cars steering column to see and reach the unit.
On the column accross from the key lock cylinder
Car has manual transmission.
What, exactly, is the problem?
The trunk light switch on a Pontiac Sun Fire is typically in the latch assembly. This is usually inside the trunk and under the carpet.
I have a 1998 Pontiac sunfire gt and it is on the side of the gear shifter (automatic) however, if it is standard then I am unsure.
is there a emergency switch that shuts the fuel pump down
you did not turn the switch off they are not automatic
GM does not use inertia switches
Replace the fan blower resister
Check the bulbs, check the fuse then check the switch.
if it has ets its a thumb switch on the shifter if it is displayed on the cluster its off if not it's on or not equiped
GM does not use inertia switches.
GM does not use inertia switches.
No, not if it is not defective. If the ignition switch is defective then that is all you need to replace.
The 1997 Pontiac Sunfire air conditioning low pressure switch can be found on the top of the air conditioning compressor. The low pressure switch will be labeled as the low pressure port.
You can price the part on any of the big box parts house's websites.
low freon, bad pressure switch, bad compressor clutch.
It might be the high/low beam switch. Had to replace one on my '96 when I had only low beams.
The brake light switch is located on the brake pedal bracket. You'll need to remove the trim panel beneath the steering column to get to the switch and the connector. FriPilot
The brake light switch is located on the brake pedal bracket. You'll need to remove the trim panel beneath the steering column to get to the switch and the connector.