Get a wiring diagram from MOTORLIT.COM
on your firewall underneath you hood
where is the fuel pump relay located on a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville on the outside or the inside
a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville can hold 18 US gallons of gas in its tank.
Behind the glovebox attached to top of dash
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The red wire is the positive wire. The black wire is the ground wire. The green wire is the speaker wire. The white wire is the auxiliary wire.
you dont! it has to be in the off position
Are you certain that it needs actual repair and not just recalibration?
Basically this is a problem that happens alot on the 92's. The tank will have to be dropped for this repair. Go to BONNEVILLE CLUB .com for all your Bonneville problems
this is located on passnenger side along fram rail
The duct probably fell off
I have a 92 Buick Riviera 3800. The temp sensor on my car is just underneath the throttle body... driver's side of the engine
Yes, although I would not recommend unless you have an extremely stiff suspension. I would recommend no larger than 18's for the 92 Bonneville with stock suspension.
making a twisted up, sometimes useless piece of wire into a straight piece again.
Drawing copper into a wire is a physical change that demonstrates copper's physical property of ductility.
As always, either the power antenna or the remote turn-on for an amplifier.
It would be a lengthy process explaining that without a drawing. I suggest, you look at the drawing of th switch.
It is not advised. Connect the dark blue wire to the black wire.
Drawing it into a wire is a physical change of silver.
how to maintain hardness of wire ,before zinc polish or we can maintain after zinc polish.
Drawing into a fine wire. Copper is a ductile metal and can be drawn into wire because of its ductility.
i have a 92 bonn. and my car wasnt starting and it turns out it WAS the crankshaft sensor and the harmonic balancer
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Check a wiring diagram for your Bonneville (Mitchell, or Chilton) Most likely a blower relay stuck in on position.