If it's anything like my 92 Sunbird, (and they do have the same inherent problems), they are leaky cars (water wise) and it's probably wiring. There's a grounding problem it sounds like. I used to have a similar problem in my 92 when I used the cigarette lighter, it would blow the taillight fuse everytime. Replaced the cigarette lighter and problem went away. See, the cigarette lighter was rusted and the ground was faulty, so it would ground to the nearest fuse (which was taillight fuse) overload it, and blow the taillight fuse. Your parking lights are probably not grounded properly and it is doing the same thing my cigarette lighter was. Is it just me or are these cars just like the old Ford Tempo's and Dodge K cars, very reliable for the most part, but very leaky?!
The fuse probably blew that controls the dashboard lights.
I would suggest replacing it.
Does it shake and stall when decellerating or at anytime? because mine seems to do that but its only when decellerating at a stop light or stop sign or whever and it dont always do it.. only after long drives. (1992 Pontiac Sunbird). It might be a bad EGR Valve.
I would have the ignition module checked .
Possible the battery is just too old, or it is damaged.
look for a blown in line fuse, 3 prong red box by back lights.
it would be great to know..
Bad switch in steering column? diffrent fuses.
The fuel filter could be blocked.
there is no reason what ever for lights not to work at night unless they are controlled by a light sensor. if they are controlled by a light sensor then u need a light sensor. if you have to switch the lights on manually the switch is defrective ,but if this was the case they would not work during the day either
No. There would be a gasket between the head and the block, though.
Stuck thermostat, clogged radiator.
Blown fuse, bad temp sensor, bad ground, bad fan motor
Check your fuse.
Compressor not running, blown fuse, low of freon.
no, losing the manual would not cause the car to use freon.
sounds like t.c.c solenoid.[torque converter clutch solenoid]
Bad switch, bad daytime running light module wiring issue
I would check the parking lights,turn signals and side lights front and back.Its got to be one of them. It either don't blink,or don't come on at all or might have a short in the bulb itself. I own a Pontiac sunbird 1994 and if the problem is inside the cab more than likely I would say that its got to do with the signal selector and the relay switching in the steering colum its a hard part to come by. Literally you have to rip arpat the steering colum to get at it.
Its the dimmer switch bad.
Get a can of WD40 and spray the inside and outside of the dist cap and all of the plug wiring and coil.
the minimum is 100 PSI. The maximum variation would be 30% between the 4 cylinders.
More than likely a bad flasher relay for the turn signals. The hazard lights use a different flasher relay.
i believe your relay might be acting up. i would replace it r u sure u aren't stuck on delay!!?? been there, done that!! This happened on our 94 Sunbird LE...it is indeed the relay.