thermostat is located under radiator cap!
It hasn't got one.
it does not have a distributor cap, it has a coil pack, all you can change is the plugs and wires, just fallow the wires from the plugs back to where they end and theres your coil pack, butch
Pontiac didn't introduce the Sunfire until 1995, so you may be thinking of a Sunbird.
1 - 3 - 4 - 2 The distributor rotation is COUNTERCLOCKWISE The marked # 1 position on the distributor cap faces TOWARDS the engine ( thank you Chilton )
it doesnt have a distributor cap. it has a coil pack AND...the coil packs are located under the cover on top of the engine.
you dump rite down the dipstick tube
Under the cap, inside the distributor, it is easy to change with the distributor off the car, a pain to get to with it on the car.
The distributor cap is located where the spark plugs cables are connected .They go from the motor to the distributor cap.
The 3.1 does not have a distributor.The 3.1 does not have a distributor.
There is no distributor cap on a Pontiac sunfire, only a coil pack. coil pack is located on the back of the engine.
The car has coil packs and does not have a distributor.
What it will cost you to replace the distributor cap on a Pontiac Sunfire will vary depending on if you do it yourself or if you take it to a garage. The cost can be over $100 if you take your car to a garage.
# 1 position on the distributor cap of a 455 Pontiac faces to the rear , and towards the drivers side ( according to my Chiltons repair manual from the 1970's )
Left passenger side standing in the front of vehicle.
Follow the plug wires and they will go to the distributor cap.
It's the distributor rotor that you are looking for & it's under the distributor cap. Remove the distributor cap and there you will find the rotor.
The distributor cap is located on the top of the distributor on a 1996 Sunfire. It is connected to the spark plugs via a wire.
The distributor cap on a 96 gmc sonoma is located on the top of the engine towards the back, behind the throttle body next to the firewall.
Front righthand side of cap
no im pretty sure it has coil packs
follow the hose from the radiator top to the radiator fill cap....undo the cap and you will see the thermostat sitting right there...pull up on the metal kind of handle and the thermostat is out!! lane
check all plugs plug leads distributor points and distributor cap for cracks and wear