The car is 15 years old so it doesn't have as good compression as when it was new. Besides, -20 is getting somewhat cold and therefore the oil is cold creating drag inside the motor, fuel doesn't combust as good as when it's warm and your battery doesn't turn the motor over as well as it does in the summer. All this contributes to hard starting.
There could be several reasons why a 1993 Pontiac Bonneville keeps dying. A couple of reasons could be a dirty air control valve or bad spark plugs.
that depends on if you have auto windows or not. if you do then there should be a couple of screws on the inside door handle. unscrew these and then all you should have to do is unclip the panal from the back.
I don't know what a GTO couple would be, but a Coupe is a two seated vehicle.
Check under plastic panel just forward of wipers with hood open. Should say relay center or something like that. A couple of clips and a wing nut to remove cover if I remember correctly.
Not a good idea. The P/S cooler is there for a reason. But if you must then just purchase a coupling, and couple the inlet and outlet hoses from the cooler together. Be sure that you buy high pressure hose and the proper clamps.
I have a 96 Bonneville SE and my fuel filter was right behind the passenger side rear wheel. All I needed was a couple of wrenches to fix it. Hope this helps.
the lights have a programmer they automatically stay on when u turn your car off, should only be on for a couple of minutes though, that's how the lights on my Bonneville work
195 degrees I believe, but you can check your owners manual or one on Pontiac's website. The normal operating temperature with a stock thermostat is one line past the 1/4 mark. If you idle in traffic for long periods it can creep up a couple of lines but will/should come back down when you start moving. Hope this helps. "G"
No, if you have your power plugged into your laptop all the time. Your battery will decrease its performance until your battery will last only a couple of minutes until flat.
Just disconnect the battery terminals for a couple of minutes then reconnect them.
There are a couple of things that can cause your Pontiac antilock brakes to lock up. The most common cause is a malfunctioning ABS sensor.
In your case the cell phone was probably dead, and would only turn on when it was charging. I suggest leaving the cell phone plugged in for a couple hours before using the cell phone again.