Compressor not running, blown fuse, low of freon.
Possible the battery is just too old, or it is damaged.
no, losing the manual would not cause the car to use freon.
I would suggest replacing it.
I would have the ignition module checked .
The fuse probably blew that controls the dashboard lights.
Bad switch in steering column? diffrent fuses.
The fuel filter could be blocked.
No. There would be a gasket between the head and the block, though.
Stuck thermostat, clogged radiator.
Blown fuse, bad temp sensor, bad ground, bad fan motor
Does it shake and stall when decellerating or at anytime? because mine seems to do that but its only when decellerating at a stop light or stop sign or whever and it dont always do it.. only after long drives. (1992 Pontiac Sunbird). It might be a bad EGR Valve.
sounds like t.c.c solenoid.[torque converter clutch solenoid]
A bad alternator will cause a battery to go bad. It does not have an effect on the air conditioner.
broken cable from gauge to Trans. I have a 94 Sunbird and I have that same problem
There are many ways for a Hyundai tiburon's air conditioner to mulfunction.
Get a can of WD40 and spray the inside and outside of the dist cap and all of the plug wiring and coil.
the minimum is 100 PSI. The maximum variation would be 30% between the 4 cylinders.
i believe your relay might be acting up. i would replace it r u sure u aren't stuck on delay!!?? been there, done that!! This happened on our 94 Sunbird LE...it is indeed the relay.
I'm assuming you're talking about the front fender, in which case, I'm 90% certain they are identical. The best way to be absolutely certain though, would be to grab your phone book and call a local salvage yard, they can tell you right away what's interchangeable and what's not.
Are the brakes right and is the e-brake not sticking?
A lack of water in your cooling system will cause your 2002 Pontiac Sunfire to overheat. A malfunctioning thermostat can also cause it to overheat.
I had a 1988 Pontiac Sunbird GT with the 2.0L Turbocharged engine. I replaced the alternator every 26K mi. I believe this was due to the underhood temperatures caused by the turbo. I had the car for 123K mi. before I sold it. Still in great shape. Could be due to a short in the electrical system or a bad ground.
Sounds like to me that you have a bad electrical short somewhere.
Check the computer that happen to me on a suzuki, the computer was burned. You can find it on a junk yard.
Yes it would and it would cause the a/c not to cool and even worse it can cause damage to the a/c unit as well.........