Wiring diagram of what component?
2.5L 4cyl base. Iron Duke
The oil filter on a 1990 Pontiac 6000 is located on the driver's side of the engine compartment. It is on the side of the motor all the way to the rear, near the firewall.
Should be at the bottom or rear of radiator
have a pontiac 6000 2.5 motor and it wont stay running
No they dont. Althou some of the sister cars (Buick Century, Olds Cutlass Ciera) did.
It is a very involved procedure. Get a manual on your car from the parts store or from AUTOREPAIR2000.COM
Noises are hard to diagnoise without hearing them. Take it to a garage.
On the distributor.
First, double check your plug wire routing from when you changed the ICM. It could also be a bad crankshaft position sensor.
You could call your local auto parts store and they should know the answer to that one
Remove the plug wires by turning them on the plugs to break the seal then pull then off and unscrew the plugs and regap the new ones and reinstall them
Any other GM A-body should work (82-96 Buick Century, Olds Cutlass Ciera, Pontiac 6000)
There appears to be a large amount of information available for the Pontiac 6000 car. If one is wanting to view reviews these can be found on the Edmunds site as well as on Car Guru.
its called a burnout
A sticking choke or vacuum leak are two common causes.
It is next to the oil filter.
The weight of the Pontiac 6000 SE is recorded as being 3,021 pounds. This weight can be altered by aftermarket products which are installed on the vehicle or parts which may have been taken off of the vehicle since being manufactured.
The Pontiac 6000 low side air-conditioner import can be found on top of the air conditioning compressor. The low side air-conditioner port will be labeled as the low pressure port.
To The Owne of the 1986 6000 SE: The firing order is 1,2,3,4,5,6. Most Sincerely, Kristopher Gerbracht firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, but only when you learn to write a coherent question.
In a 2.5L the handle end faces up.
http://www.carsurvey.org/images/pontiac_6000_1.jpg If you mean Pontiac 6000, not 600, which is an old Dodge model, then this is a picture of one.