Try cleaning the battery cables. I just brought my 1992 Sunbird LE in for a similar problem. Turns out there was a short in the steering column. Watch the 20 AMP fuse in the dash fuse box under the steering wheel that powers: door locks, dome light, and horn. If it keeps blowing, take it out. See if you can manage without it. I couldn't so I had to get the steering wheel taken off to find the short to fix it. It drained my 2 year old battery fast. Bummer!
Standard fuel pressure for a 91 Pontiac Sunbird is between 50 and 55 PSI. This is the idle pressure to allow for maximum efficiency of the fuel injectors.
The Pontiac Sunbird, described as an economy car, averages about 23 to 25 miles per gallon in the city. Highway driving increases the gas miles per gallon to between 30 - 35.
No. There would be a gasket between the head and the block, though.
Between the head and the engine block. This is a BIG job and I sugest taking it to the garage.
Starter problems can be caused by several things: Weak battery because of battery failure or alternator that is not charging the battery. Falty connection between the battery and the starter. Solenoid failure or bad connection on the solenoid. Starter failure. Neutral lockout switch failure. Bad connection between keyswitch and starter.
You might have a bad battery, a poor connection between the battery and alternator, or a bad ground from the battery.
the minimum is 100 PSI. The maximum variation would be 30% between the 4 cylinders.
Start by removing the battery connection and then locate the starter near the ignition. Locate the starter between the transaxle and the engine. Unplug the wires and unwrench the starter. Replace with the new one.
Between the fuel tank and the engine. Get down under the car and look! No. It's behind the gas tank on the passenger side.
Possibilities: * Low or dead battery which can mean that you left the lights on, have a faulty battery or a faulty charging system. * Poor electrical connection between the battery and the battery cable. * Poor electrical connection between the battery cable and the starter. * Some other condition which can reduce the current to the starter.
My suggestion is to make sure that you have a good connection between your starter and your battery. Is the starter even functioning? If not, it is probably a bad starter, a bad battery, a bad fusible link for the starter, a blown fuse, or just a bad connection. My suggestion is to make sure that you have a good connection between your starter and your battery. Is the starter even functioning? If not, it is probably a bad starter, a bad battery, a bad fusible link for the starter, a blown fuse, or just a bad connection.
Use a vom meter, or battery tester and with the engine running voltage should be approximately 14.5 volts.
depends on what way you are testing it but you either have a bad connection between the alternator and the battery or your battery is bad and cant hold the charge what voltage are you getting
Assuming the battery checks good, you have a bad connection between the negative battery post and ground to the engine, or bad connection between the positive battery post and the starter.
the connection between the battery and the brake lights
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The mass air flow sensor on a 1994 Pontiac Sunbird can be found between the throttle body and the air box duct. Some of the items needs to change the sensor are straight edge screwdriver, shop vac, and T-20 security bit driver.
If your battery is in the trunk, have the mechanic check the connection between the battery & the engine.
make sure the throtle cable is adjusted correctly
-- battery -- battery cable -- connection between battery cable and battery A fault in any of these would still supply the small current used by the lights and radio, but not the huge battery current required for starting.
Possibly the connection at the battery. Corrosion between the cable and the battery. The jumper cables are only connected to the cable and nothing is getting through from the battery in the car. Sure you have connection at both ends of the cables. It may not be the battery, starter may be bad or if the cables are badly corroded, the corrosion can work down the cable inside of the insulation and that will make them not work.
Bad connection between the cable end and the battery post or a dead cell in the battery. When you jump a battery, the jumper cable is attached to the battery cable, not the battery itself. Clean the post, either top or side and the ends of the cables and try charging again. If it will not take a charge, it is a bad battery.
i can not see the Connection. Do you feel the Connection with this place?
You can feel around for the bolts and wires once you remove them you have to twist and flip the starter to remove it it sucks a hoist will help and lots of light ... small hands/fingers too
depends on make and model but is mostly a comp or connection problem between battery and alternator and electrical system