It is located top left of the motor if you are looking at it from the front bumper
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Should be at the passenger side firewall
How to remove left inner door panel of a Pontiac Bonneville 1996
diagram for serpentine belt on 1996 Pontiac Bonneville se
Yes. It should fit it well.
with a scan tool
If the Bonneville is like my GTP then the fuel filter is in front of the fuel tank
probably out of gas
There is none to find.
before you do anything with the alternator, make sure to unplug the battery. Then unplug the cables going into the alternator. There should be two. For the belt there is an engine part called a pulley - lift the pulley upwards to loosen the belt and take it off the alternator. Next you can unscrew the bolts attaching the alternator and take it out.
A 1996 Pontiac Bonneville requires 5.7 quarts of oil in the crankcase. The oil filter should also be changed with the oil.
Standard V-6 will be 0.06
You need to take of the door panels!
Check your owners manual to find the location of your fuses. There should be a diagram showing where each fuse is located.
The sensor is located on the right side of the the crankshaft attached by 2 bolts thru the timing cover it will be hard to see due to the pulley.
Probably your alternator.
I own a 1996 bonneville. The tensioner bolt is a reverse threaded bolt, (tighten to loosen). Hope this helps. DCC
I need to know where the fuel pump is located and how to get to it on a 1996 Pontiac sunfire gt
On my '95 Bonneville the trunk release button is on the driver's door below the door handle. Hope this helps.
Add SNUG against the engine, right below the sway bar I have a 98 Bonneville SSE with a 3800 Series II V-6 engine- ( NOT SUPERCHARGED ) The power-steering fluid cap should be in the same place as on my car Look to the left and below your alternator- near the passenger side firewall! you might need a flashlight to see it better, but it should be right there - to the left and below your alternator. Hope this helps.
I have a 1996 Bonneville and it has a Phillips head screw on each side of the armrest. If yours is like that then you should be able to just unscrew them and pop it out.
You don`t want to go there !( Trust me.) Take it to a radiator shop.