Trace the fuel line from the tank to the engine and it should be inline about mid car.
Run a compression check and examine the plugs while you're at it. If you see one or more plugs that are dark and wet, that cylinder isn't firing. If that cylinder also has low or no compression, it has a burned valve.
A 1993 Pontiac Sunbird head bolt torque sequence recommends starting at one and of the head and alternating to the other end of the head. You should end up in the middle.
It is underneath the thing that says Multi Port FI. Underneath and toward the right side, you should be able to see it when looking at the engine from the back side.
1 gallon of full streangth should be plenty, butch
go to autozone.com current vehicle upper left choose car repair info vehicle repair guide you should be able to find it in there
Under the dash...driver side. It will be to the right of the steering column. Should be held in with a clip.
Camsaft Carrier cover bolts should be torqued to 72 Inch Pounds. That is for both the OHC and OHV engine. I looked this up in the manual to double check.
125 p s i
if both are automatic and both have STOCK exhaust systems it should be alright
Just go to Autoparts.com, Enter your info there and they should have everything on your car!
Should be located at the rear of the radiator approx. 1/3 from the top unscrew to replace
All the cylinders should be within 10% from the lowest reading to the highest reading for a healthy engine.
Should be in front of the radiator on either side. To easily find it, have a friend honk the horn while you find the source of the sound.
Should be 110 PSI
It should have a minimum of 70 psi.
Cylinders compression pressure Sentra 1.8 : 192 psi
I think, and I THINK it is under the plastic cover on the left side of the engine, at least it is with a 2.0 4 cylender motor. You have to remove the belt covor than the belt, than the sensor should be visible. I say this because i read it in a Pontiac manual, that plus there are wires running in to the covor. Hope it helps
Yes. It should fit it well.
if you look up under the hood in front there a little slider that the cable runs to you can slide it and it should pop
The Pontiac Aztek has a chain which will last the life of the engine and should never need replacing until the engine is overhauled.
480 psi minimum