There are two heavy steel straps that support the tank. I *think* (it's been a few years since I did one) that you may have to drop the exhaust a bit to let the tank clear. The straps have one big bolt each, once those are out the tank will come down (and you'll get a face full of dirt and crap falling off the top of the tank, if you're under it). There are flexible, clamped fuel lines (pressure, return and vent, if I remember right) plus the wiring for the pump; all this has to be disconnected once the tank is lowered but before you pull the tank completely out. If you're replacing the fuel sender or pump (the only reason to pull a tank 99% of the time), CLEAN off the top of the pump assembly (or all the dirt will fall into the tank when you remove the pump) and rotate the circular retaining ring by ALTERNATELY tapping the tabs on opposing sides of it with a screwdriver and hammer until it releases the plate that has all the feed lines and wires going into it. That's actually the top of the pump/sender assembly. Remove the assembly carefully. Don't forget to inspect and/or replace the big rubber O-ring underneath when you put it back together. Getting the tank re-aligned and up into place can be a pain, especially when there's just one of you lifting, positioning and balancing the tank and trying to start the strap bolts all at the same time - be patient. Good luck!!
From the trunk.
In the fuel tank.
put a new bolb in them
no,will not line up
In 1992, it was called the Sunbird. The Sunfire did not come out until 1995
170 km/h or 106 mph.
Passenger side, near the firewall inside the car.
the part with the spring goes towards the motor,
With a BFH ( Big Friggen Hammer)
The 1992 V-6 Pontiac Sunbird radiator drain plug, is located on the bottom of the radiator. The drain plug can be removed with a 5/8 socket.
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.
1992, v6, pont. sunbird, quit running going down road, everything is still working and okay but won't fire up
One of them is behind the instrument cluster and the other is on the side of the transmission. Ray
Which engine?? The 3.1 V6 does not adjust. You simply torque them to 20 foot lbs.
You don't- it's controlled by the PCM. If is has a 2.5 engine you cann't adjust the timing
the tube going into the engine where it says OHC 2.0 in the back
unclip one end and unbolt the other be careful of the plastic fuel line
If you have 15 inch wheels on a Sunbird GT the size is 195/65-15. If you have 14 inch wheels the size is 185/75-14. I hope that helps.
Between the head and the engine block. This is a BIG job and I sugest taking it to the garage.
No. There would be a gasket between the head and the block, though.
I have a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird with 2.0 four cylinder in it, just found the crank sensor on it, to replace it. It is located on the FRONT side of the engine, below exhaust manifold and just above the A/C compressor. HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE ELSE!
1992 sunbird is obd1,1996 firebird is obd2.Will not work.
It dep[ends on exctly which engine you have as to how difficult it is, Get a manual you your car and do the job correctly .
It is located on the side of the block next to the radiator, just above the A/C compressor.