On the '92 sunblrd SE the power for the lights to from fuse to headlight switch to dimmer switch to bulb, no relay involved.
It is in the fuel tank.
Chevy Cavalier or Olds Calais...
The voltage regulator is inside the alternator.
I have a 1990 Pontiac sunbird and i was only able to find one, it was behind the exhaust manifold on the block. I myself am having problems finding the other. I hope this helps.
What kind of bearings??Engine, wheel, trans,diff.?????
The alternator went bad. You need a new one
Under the hood in the fuse/relay module.
Did they replace the MAP sensor? If not, good chance there's your problem.
Begin by removing the retaining ring at the top of your 1990 Pontiac Bonneville ignition switch. The ignition switch will slide out. Remove the wiring harness from the end of the ignition switch. Reverse the process to install your new ignition switch.
the fan relay sensor is out of it.
Blown fuse, bad temp sensor, bad ground, bad fan motor
GM vehicles do not have a fuel pump inertia switch.
Under vehicle, center, below trunk area, near fuel tank, mounted in fuel line.
I have a 1992 Pontiac Sunbird with 2.0 four cylinder in it, just found the crank sensor on it, to replace it. It is located on the FRONT side of the engine, below exhaust manifold and just above the A/C compressor. HOPE THIS HELPS SOMEONE ELSE!
Its the dimmer switch bad.
The fuel pump is controlled by a relay. It does not have an inertia switch.The fuel pump is controlled by a relay. It does not have an inertia switch.
It's under the steering wheel column, left side. It's a #20 or 25 fuse, in middle left side.
the ign switch or the key & tumbler ???
Yes. You will need to mount the engine 60degrees, however.
It doesn't have one, the fuel system is relay controlled by a computer.
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i have a 2003 Pontiac grand am, no start, does not even turn over. could it be the ignition switch?