A 1997 Pontiac Sunfire has an AC Filter located in the cabin. The filter can be found behind the glove compartment and is used replaceable.
10W-30 should be the best type to use.
Two sizes were used, P195/65-R15 & P195/70-R14
Dexron VI ATF or Dexron/Mercon Domestic Multi-Vehicle ATF.
If it is a 4 cylinder it has 4, V6 then it has 6. Some 4 cylinders do have 8 plugs, Ford for instance, but not the GM 4 cylinders.
They can average $5,000-$10,000 It can vary by model.
Someone can search for a used 1969 Pontiac by searching through local used car shops. It can be also searched online, by searching the model name and the condition that somebody would want, for example used.
i just did a engine swap in mine, i used one from a 98 sunfire gt, still the 2.4l. so any 2.4l motor from another sunfire should work, just make sure its from 1997 and up, or if you want to go to the extreme, a chevy cobalt ss motor also fits in as well,
Your 1997 Pontiac Sunfire needs the following fluid for its power steering system - GM PART NO. 1052884 - 1 PINT, 1050017 - 1 quart, or equivalent. Take this Description to the Canadian Tire or any other store nearest you, and they will be able to help you. For more details - USER MANUAL in your car or online can be checked. Thanks
It should be perfectly happy with 10W30. Many oil change places are now using 5W30 as their default. My '96 ran just fine with that too.
It was a Pontiac Trans Am, probably 1979, since that was the year the movie was made.
To get a 400 Pontiac Motor in 1979, you had to also get the 4 speed. Pontiac last manufactured 400 motors in 1978 but saved some from 1978 for use in the 1979 model. Those motors were used in the 1979 4 speed cars only. 1979 Automatics had the Oldsmobile 403. You could also get a turbo version too. All of which could come with auto trans. I worked on many of these at the Pontiac dealer.
Dexron 3 Wrong. Dex 3 is transmission fluid. Propolyene Glycol is antifreeze. Any good universal A/F is fine for this car.
Yes. The recall is on the car, as long as it's still ongoing bring it to an authorized dealer.
There was more than one size used on the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am depending on which model it was GT, etc. It should be listed on the drivers door post. If not click the link I will post.
*96-98 Olds Achivea *96-01 Pontiac Grand Am *99-01 Olds Alero *96-01 Pontiac Sunfire *96-01 Chevy Malibu *96-? Buick Skylark *96-98 Olds Cutlass
Giving car model and year helps us diagnose - Most pre-97 Pontiac used 15 mm bolts on calipers. After that, depends on model and year, 7mm Allen, 10 mm bolt or 15 mm bolt.
The Oil Filter is on the top of the engine, to the left of the valve cover. It has a plastic cap that can be wrenched off. The Oil Filter is not a sealed filter that you are used to seeing. It drops in where you removed the black cap.
Only if u used the transsmission, engine computer and motor mounts from the 01
There is no cutout relay on solid state alternators as used in late model Chevys.
The story of The Wolf used by Chief Pontiac is an example of a myth.
The price depends on the Mercedes model. It can be as low as $41,230 or as high as $80,000. It also depends on whether the model is new or used. A late model coupe will command a premium price.