all relays are pluged into your fuse box, it may be a seperate box but the older ones use the fuse box, there the little square boxes, if you have an owners manual it will have a diagram and will show you which ones are which, the cover should have numbers to go by or sometimes it will just tell you what fuse goes to what part, butch
Its the transmission dip stick tube is how you add transmission fluid.
The most current specified and downwardly compatible automatic transmission fluid (ATF) for the 1989 Pontiac Sunbird with the 2.0L 4-cylinder engine (Vin "K") is GM Dexron VI.
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What year? What year? What engine?
Front of engine (behind serpentine belt).
Crank sensors are always located on the camshafts. The 1989 Pontiac Sunbird crank sensor is located on the head of the engine towards to end of the camshaft.
possibly your motor mounts. i had the same issue with my old sunbird
lokks to be on the lower right side of engine
yes the engine will bolt right up.
What kind of bearings??Engine, wheel, trans,diff.?????
3 at the back of engine,3 in front
u will need a odb1 scanner,
fan relay RELAY On your 1994 PONTIAC SUNBIRD, the RELAY is: UNDER HOOD, DRIVER SIDE, FRONT ENGINE AREA, REAR SIDE OF BATTERY, MOUNTED ON FENDERWELL blower relay RELAY On your 1994 PONTIAC SUNBIRD, the RELAY is: UNDER HOOD, DRIVER SIDE, FRONT ENGINE AREA, REAR SIDE OF BATTERY, MOUNTED ON FENDERWELL good luck
In 1978 and 1979, the station wagon from the discontinued Astre series was added to the Sunbird line, as seen here in this 1979 Pontiac Sunbird Sport Safari Station Wagon example. They continued to use the same front fascia as the Astre with Sunbird badging. The 2.3 L engine was simultaneously discontinued.
under dash drivers side on the 4 cyl engine
The 1994 Pontiac Sunbird 3.1 liter engine windshield washer pump can be found on the firewall in the engine compartment. The windshield washer pump will be on the drivers side firewall.
No, the tranny has to be out of a olds, Pontiac, or Buick to bolt up to a Pontiac engine.
Not very likely, as there is no such thing as a 2005 Pontiac Trans Am.
make sure the throtle cable is adjusted correctly
behind timing cover on front of engine if its a 2.0 ltr ohc
Which engine?? The 3.1 V6 does not adjust. You simply torque them to 20 foot lbs.
After looking at the Gates website ( they make timing belts etc. ) I found ( 3 ) 1989 Pontiac models that were available with a 2.0 L engine The Grand Am , Lemans , and Sunbird and NO , IT IS NOT AN INTERFERENCE ENGINE
Yes. You will need to mount the engine 60degrees, however.