While it might be possible to fix, it is usually not worth the expense. Snapped from rust, previous damage, prior wreck damange with bad repair, whatever the cause, it's time to retire it.
the frame of the car can snap or break in two if going fas liike 40 to 100 mph if you hit a bump oro you accelerate fast you are putting alot of stress of the car frame i would not recomenned it
It's a sub frame car.
I have a 01 Monte Carlo SS and my ground is under the backseat it was profesionally installed but it was pretty easy to do everything in the back just snaps off and snaps back in to place, but when you take the back seat out there is alot of metal and its easy to screw it to the frame of the car.
http://www.driverside.com/car/pontiac-sunbird-1992-1008-2054-0There is some information about the car, what do you want to know- edit your title and provide more information so we can better help you.
is it not on the side of your car????? right along with "sunbird" :| if its not..Sorry...weird.
Using a key
Skoda, Suzuki, Subaru... Surban, Sunbird,
the starter is under the car by the oil filter
The frame supports the vehicle. Everything bolts to the frame. The body, engine,etc...
It is either a unitized body with the frame built into the car or it is a body on frame construction. A quick look under the car will tell you which it is.
The signs are usually various scrapes or scratches.They may not look very bad but they can weaken the frame causing the car to collaps under the pressure that the damaged frame is putting on the car
A frame is the skeleton of a car without the mountings, were as a chasis is a mounted frame.
Passenger side, near the firewall inside the car.
The chassis is the frame of the car.
It is the frame work
Depends on the car front wheel drive it a cradle rear wheel drive it a sub frame.
no, losing the manual would not cause the car to use freon.
The last time I saw a truck frame under a car, i was in Poland.
the others in the car.
Under engine, if you underneath your car at front you couldn't miss it big steel frame between both wheels
any place that sales car batterys can tell you what size you need, butch
Sunfire was a new car for 1995. There is no '93. Perhaps you're thinking of a Sunbird?
Look under the car by the rear driver side wheel and you will see it. It snaps on and snaps off. Officially :disconnect negative terminal from battery first
as far as i know you cant tell its bad until it finally snaps and if that happens you could be waving goodbye to your engine. check with your car manufacturer when your belt should be changed. an outlay of around 350 for a belt change is better than possibly the end of your car.