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it at the back of your gas tank
how do you repair an inner tie rod for a 96 Pontiac sunfire no repair,replace with new.
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What, exactly, is the problem?
if you're going through the trouble of dropping the fuel tank, I'd just put a new one in and be done with it
You have to unplug the ground from your battery for 1 or 2 minutes.
First locate the fuse in the fuse box, then pull old fuse out and insert new fuse.
syncromesh transmission fluid
you answered it yourself, a 4 speed with overdrive
I am trying to change the belt on a 2.2 L, 96 Pontiac Sunfire. There is no adjustment on the alt. or power steering that I can see and I cant see how the tensioners work. Anyone have any ideas.
i have a 96 jetta and i looked at the fuse box and found the horn fuse and it was blown changed the fuse and the horn worksso i would look at the fuse box find your horn fuse and see if its blown change it out with the same amp fuse and push the horn button that might fix your problem
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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.
The cigarette lighter (I'm assuming that's what you meant) is on a separate fuse than the horn. Check that fuse, if the fuse is fine then your most likely culpret is the actual horn switch in the steering wheel.
Behind the steering column, under the dashboard.
you can as long as it is withing certain years 1996-1999 cavalier engine will work in a 96-99 sunfire and a 99-02 cav engine will fit a 99-02 sunfire
Junkyard or pay alot more and go to the dealer.
It's underneath the car in the rear. Look just ahead of the fuel tank on the passenger side.
It might be the high/low beam switch. Had to replace one on my '96 when I had only low beams.
If it's anything like my '96, it's located on the side of the dashboard. You have to open the driver's side door to see it. There are also some fuses and relays under the hood on the driver's side fender well.
it is located inside of the oil pan. if you have low pressure and have high milage you could have bad crank bearing.
There probably isn't one. My '96 had one, but Pontiac discontinued them shortly after the model was introduced. If there is one, it will be back near the firewall, down from the brake master cylinder.
On our 2000 Sunfire, it is the black plastic relay inside the fuse box on the side of the dashboard, drivers side, upper right corner. The fuse box cover shows which object it is. (different user) On my 96 Sunfire it is behind the bumper on the left side (driver's side headlight housing must be removed) It is a little larger than a standard 12 volt relay (approx 1.5" x 1.5" x 2.5" when plugged in, almost a cube when not (no connector)