When should the vapor canister be replace on a Pontiac sunfire?
when should the vapor canister be replace on a 1996 pontiac sunfire
If u have carpet lining in the trunk like I do then when u open the trunk pull the liner behind the bulb u want to replace and the bulb socket should be there...twisting the bulb counter clockwise an eighth of a turn should pull it loose, pull the socket out and replace the bulb then put it back in and follow the previous steps in reverse
My canister was in the Left Rear fender well. Right behind the taillight. You must jack the car up, remove the LR wheel, then using your 4 foot long left arm, feel behind the tail light. Most often the hoses are dry and loose fitting. Replace them if you can. You should also replace the valve on top of the canister because once you replace the canister, you will probably never visit this area of…
To change the thermostat on a sunfire,look for the largest hose going into the water pump.Should be to the left as you look down at your fan.There should be a clamp holding the hose on. Remove the hose and look in the hole that the hose was pulled out of. It will be seated right there.If you need a pic. I have a manual and I can email it to anyone . My email is…
A well maintained Pontiac Sunfire with the 2.2L 4-cylinder engine should be easily be able to reach 200,000 miles as designed. This will require you to be active in maintaining its engine oil intervals & level, transmission fluid and filter changes, coolant flushes, and remembering to replace belts, PCVs, air and fuel filters.
There are several reasons why the ABS light could be staying on in your 1995 Pontiac Sunfire. One reason is that the cable could have come loose. Another is that the fuse could be bad. To be on the safe side, you should have the car checked by your mechanic to see if there are any serious problems with the brakes themselves.
I didn't change mine myself, but the guy who did it gave me an overview. As I recall, it's behind the thermostat and timing chain. Definitely an advanced job in my opinion. While you're in there, you should probably replace the thermostat since it's an inexpensive part. I also replaced my main belt at the same time.
I don't know about 2000, but my 98 Sunfire I had to change the DRL (Daytime Running Lights) relay. It's a little black box, 5 pins if I recall. It's in the fuse box on driver side, end of dashboard, after opening the driver side door. The fuse panel should have a legend for each fuse/relay as well. Easy as changing a fuse.