I would like the answer to this question also. AnswerWhen you say "after turning off 1994...", I'm assuming you mean turning off the A/C. The clutch on the compressor might be stuck, or the relay that controls it may be sticking. Try pulling the fuse or unplugging the compressor connector and seeing what it does. If it still runs, you've got a bad clutch on the compressor. IF YOU PULL THE CONNECTOR AT THE COMPRESSOR, MAKE SURE THE ENGINE IS OFF BEFORE YOU DO. Don't blame me if you get hung up in the belt.
The 1994 SSEI is on the overhead counsel.
Under the car on the frame rail beneath the passenger front seat.
how do you change a starter in a 1995 Pontica Bonneville?
NO! Do not drive that car w/out the supercharger belt attached!
If it's the same as a '98 Bonneville SSE 3.8, it's - 1 4 5 2 3 6 If it's the same as a '98 Bonneville SSE 3.8, it's - 1 4 5 2 3 6
Most 98 Bonneville se and sse do not have modulator valves they have a electric plug on the side of the tranny
Look at the bottom or rear of the radiator
Inside the fuel tank.
a supercharged muscle car engine
Fuel Pressure Regulator - would do that -
Just a trim level/option package. SE were one level up from the base car. The SSE had more luxury appointments, sport suspension, body farings, 16" rims, etc. SSE's were basicly loaded with almost ever option avaliable, and were the top of the line Bonneville from 1988-1991. The SSEi was the supercharged model, had all the sport and luxury appointments of the SSE, and was introduced in 1992.
Check the fan relay.
Are you certain that it needs actual repair and not just recalibration?
just need to know where it is located on car
bad relay or temp sending unit
Yes because the impala has a better engine with more horsepower and torque ratio. But if the Bonneville is an sses and its supercharged then i don't know,
Bring to a shop that has an ABS scanner to determine the problem
No, only diesel engines have glow plugs. It has spark plugs.
The firewall is the part of the car's body that seperates the engine from the passanger compartment.
the D beside the N is the common one to use, it may have a circle around it, denoting overdrive. this will give you the best fuel economy during everyday driving
It is in the glove box on the driver's side at least that is where it is on my 04 se
GM cars of this era had about 43psi of fuel pressure. As you probably suspect the most common cause of your problem is a bad fuel pump.