cant you need a scanner to check codes from 1996 and newer
WHERE is the timing mark on Pontiac sunfire 2.2l
somewhere on the engine
4 cylinder engine 2.2 or 2.4
Does the engine turn over every time you try, or does it sometimes do nothing when you turn the key?
thermostat? engine size?
0.040 in - verified, page 6-64:
Goto www.car-parts.com and look up and engine in the list it will tell you all the cars that have that motor
sitting in car drivers seat it is located above left foot on firewall
With, or without a Jaws Of Life tool?
You can find the 2005 Pontiac Sunfire air filter the inside of the air filter housing.. The air filter housing will be in the engine compartment.
The engine control unit (ECU), or computer, for the 1995 Pontiac Sunfire/Chevrolet Cavalier is located on the right-front side of the vehicle. Directly to the edge of the front frame bar (behind the bumper), and the right-front edge of the fender will be the ECU.
are you looking for an exploded view of the engine? Or are you looking for an electrical schematic?
What causes a 1997 Pontiac sunfire gt with a 2.4 liter engine to stall when stopped at a light
you can as long as it is withing certain years 1996-1999 cavalier engine will work in a 96-99 sunfire and a 99-02 cav engine will fit a 99-02 sunfire
Are you looking for an exploded diagram of the engine itself, or are you looking for electrical schematics?
Bottom of the engine block.Bottom of the engine block.
Have a look at this web site; http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/1995-to-2005-pontiac-sunfire-6.htm FriPilot
Yes, a six cylinder engine was never available in any model year of the Pontiac Sunfire.
A P1406 error code on a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire indicates a faulty EGR valve. This can result in poor engine performance and should be replaced immediately.
take off the top peice of engine , first disconect plug. then turn unit upside down, then take out the four bolts holding the plastic housing be gental, and there you will see two ignition coils.
A 2001 Pontiac Sunfire 2.2 engine is a zero tolerance engine which will suffer catastrophic damage should the timing system fail. Because of the tight tolerances inside the engine, even being out of alignment a fraction of a second can cause the valves to slam into the pistons.