1. Disconnect the negative battery cable. 2. Properly drain the transaxle. 3. Remove the air intake duct. 4. Disconnect the TV cable. Remove the shift cable and bracket. 5. Tag and detach all necessary vacuum lines and electrical connections. 6. Remove the Power Steering pump and set aside. 7. Remove the transaxle filler tube. 8. Install engine support fixture J 28467-A or equivalent. 9. Remove the top engine-to-transaxle bolts. 10. Raise and safely support the vehicle. 11. Remove both front tire and wheel assemblies. Remove the left splash shield. 12. Remove both front ABS wheel speed sensors and the harness from the left suspension support. 13. remove both lower ball joints. 14. Disconnect the stabilizer shaft links. 15. Remove the front air deflector. 16. Remove the left suspension support and both drive axles. 17. Disconnect the engine-to-transaxle brace, then remove the transaxle converter cover. 18. Remove the starter 19. Unfasten the flywheel-to-torque converter bolts. 20. Disconnect the transaxle cooler pipes. 21. Detach the ground wires from the engine-to-transaxle bolt. 22. Remove the cooler pipe brace and the exhaust brace. 23. Remove the bolts from the engine and transaxle mount. 24. Support the transaxle with a suitable jack. 25. Unfasten the transaxle mount-to-body bolts. 26. Remove the heater core hose pipe brace-to-transaxle nut and bolt. 27. Unfasten the remaining engine-to-transaxle bolts, then remove the transaxle assembly from the vehicle. 28. Place a thin film of GM part no. 1051344 or equivalent grease on the torque converter pilot knob. 29. Move the transaxle assembly into position with the jack while installing the right drive axle. Make sure to properly seat the torque converter in the oil pump. 30. Install the lower transaxle retaining bolts in their proper positions, as shown in the accompanying figure. 31. Install the transaxle mount-to-body bolts as shown in the accompanying figure. 32. Install the engine and transaxle mount bolts. 33. Fasten the exhaust brace and the cooler pipe brace. 34. Connect the ground wires at the engine-to-transaxle bolt. 35. Attach the transaxle cooler pipes. 36. Apply adhesive/sealing compound GM part no. 12345493 or equivalent on the flywheel-to-torque converter bolts, then install the bolts. Install the converter cover/shield. 37. Install the starter. 38. Fasten the engine-to-transaxle brace. 39. Install the drive axles and the left suspension support. 40. Fasten the front air deflector. 41. Connect the stabilizer shaft links and the lower ball joints. 42. Install both ABS wheel speed sensors. 43. Fasten the left splash shield, then install the heater core pipe brace nut and bolt. 44. Install the front wheel and tire assemblies, then carefully lower the vehicle. 45. Install the top engine-to-transaxle bolts. 46. Remove the engine support fixture. 47. Install the filler tube. 48. Install the power steering pump assembly, then adjust the belt. 49. Attach the electrical connections and vacuum lines, as tagged during removal. 50. Install the shift cable and bracket. Connect the TV cable. 51. Fasten the air intake duct. 52. Connect the negative battery cable, then fill the transaxle to the proper level.
Remove the transmission oil pan
* Remove the front bumper fascia * Unplug the horn electrical connector and remove the bracket bolt
You must first remove the trunk door facia. (This is the part with the "Pontiac" lights in it.) Then you can get to the bulb to replace it.
how to remove key cylinder on 98 sunfire
This is a big job. You're going to want a shop manual that gives you all the required steps and photos. Haynes or Chilton will probably do just fine.
I need to know how to remove a rear wheel speed sensor on a 2002 Pontiac Sunfire
The flex plate is bolted to the back of the crankshaft. It connects the motor to the torque converter in the transmission. To replace you remove the transmission and replace it.
remove both hoses and replace the o rings
Remove the serpentine belt. Tensioner is below Alternator. Remove the three mounting bolts on the tensioner baracket assembly. Replace entire unit.
Remove transmission oil pan Replace fluid, filter, and gasket
The center console is held on by several mounting screws. To remove it from a Pontiac Sunfire unscrew all of the mounting hardware. The center console will then be able to be pried off.
Remove the panel under steering wheel. There will be 2 flashers. Replace one on right.
It's hard to be specific here. Go to your local parts store and pick up a Chilton or Haynes manual for your car. Either one will have very good directions with pictures.
Look under the vehicle - follow the fuel line from the tankRemove clamps and support to replace
With a sledge hammer and a bottle of febreeze
To change the transmission modulator valve in a 97 Pontiac Bonneville you will first need to lift the vehicle off the ground. Then, remove the vacuum hose and the defective valve. You can then replace with new, and replace the hose.
You have to remove the transmission to replace the torque converter.You have to remove the transmission to replace the torque converter.
The 1997 Pontiac Sunfire front bumper is held in place by six retaining clips and for retaining bolts. Remove the retaining bolts and pry outward on each retaining clip.
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.
tug the hose Drop the fuel tank, disconnect lines, remove pump and unit, reverse procedure to install.
Begin by removing the wiring harness from your 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix transmission pressure solenoid. Remove the solenoid retaining screws. Reverse the process to install your new transmission pressure solenoid.
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In order to wire the starter on a Pontiac Sunfire, you will need a jack, jack stand, socket set, and a torque wrench. You will need to make sure to remove the battery cables from the battery.
Lift car, remove wheel, remove caliper & caliper bracket (bolts in back near strut). Give the rotor a wack with a hammer if it's stuck on the hub and remove it. Reverse to install.