check the owners manual
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
I've never had to change mine, but it's an in-line filter located near the gas tank.
Back of the engine next to the coil packs.
the starter relay is located on the rad support near the battery
It is built into the valve cover and requires no maintance air oil seperator
On my 99 sunfire it is directly to the back/side of the alternator; very easy to spot
See stvndberryhill's answer under 1998 Sunfire horn relays. It is explained in great detail. The guy knows what he's talking about.
what can be added to gain horsepower to the air intake of a 2.2L Pontiac sunfire?
i have a 99 with a 5 speed behind a 2.2 mine cuts out at 110mph
My 99 2.4L get 20-22 city/25 on the road
yes. Visit your local engine rebuilding shop. Auto parts stores will have them as well.
You need a 3/8" allan key or hex socket - not a torx
i know how to put one on. lift the blade and arm as high as it will go. then tilt the wiper towards you. it slips on and cicks into place. try doing that in reverse.
The 1999 Pontiac sun fire oil sending unit is located in the bottom of the engine. You will need to remove the oil pan in order to view the oil sending unit.
what i did for a ground on my girlfriends 96 sunfire was in the trunk there are hooks that hold the cargo net and the carpet down. unscrew it and just place the ground cable in between the bolt and where it will be screwed into that works fine.
The bcm for a 99 Sunfire should be under the dash. It is on the drivers side near the kick panel.
My 99 Pontiac Grand AM SE has a tank capacity of about 11 gallons, give or take a few cups!
Yes it certainly could cause bad gas mileage especially if it is plugged up or if your car's oxygen sensors readings are faulty.
Why the hi beam and day light are not working but the low beam are working good on sunfire 99?
Check with local parts store to see if they are the same part
actually it's called a temperature senson and on my 99 sunfire 2.2 it's right behind the alternator with a 2 wire connector cost around 15.00 if you unplug it with the motor running the fan will come on actually it's called a temperature sensor and on my 99 sunfire 2.2 it's right behind the alternator with a 2 wire connector cost around 15.00 if you unplug it with the motor running the fan will come on