I had a 1988 Pontiac Sunbird GT with the 2.0L Turbocharged engine. I replaced the alternator every 26K mi. I believe this was due to the underhood temperatures caused by the turbo. I had the car for 123K mi. before I sold it. Still in great shape. Could be due to a short in the electrical system or a bad ground.
right next to the emergency flasher It is a white three prong connector
Driver side of valve cover down towards the side of head on a 4cyl. three wire plug
On the high pressure line next to the accumalator. Three wires (1)gray w/ red stripe- (2)gray -(3)black
The firing order is 1,2,3,4,5,6. The distributor rotates clockwise. The number back three cylinders from left to right are 1,3,5 and the front ones from left to right are 2,4,6.
The sensor is located below the hood on the pasanger side. It it normally the second relay switch. Their is three other relay switces.
the crank sensor is located in the back of the motor just above the trans IF YOU STILL CAN'T FIND IT JUST FELLOW THE THE PLUG WITH THE THREE WIRES ON YOUR MODULE YOU WILL SEE IT RUN ON THE PASSENGER SIDE TO THE BACK OF THE MOTOR OF COURSE YOU HAVE TO GO UNDER......
where is the location posslook sensor three wires , 2000 pontiac sunfire
There were three engines available: 1)400 Pontiac 220hp@4000rpm 2)403 Oldsmobile 185hp@3600rpm 3)301 Pontiac 150hp@3600rpm
I actually just fixed a probably just like this on my 88' sunbird, it ended up being a link fuse that comes off the starter solenoid (a 14 gauge one), it was broke (ie burnt up like a normal fuse would be when you, o' say hook the battery up wrong). After tearing the whole intake system apart and replacing that wire it worked great, just wish I would have found it before buying two batterys and three alternators. But basically just check your link fuses they should be close to the solenoid.
The ECM is located behind the glove box. Remove the glove box door. You'll see the ECM. Disconnect the battery. Remove the three plugs on the bottom of the ECM. There are 4 nuts that hold the ECM in. They are 10mm. Remove them and pull out the ECM. Install is just the reversal. Remember to take your PROM from the old ECM and put it in the new one. New ones don't come with the PROM and it's highly probable that a used one will have the wrong PROM installed as each one is programmed to each specific car.
The Pontiac Ventura was manufactured between 1960 and 1977 by Pontiac Motors. It was able to seat a total of 5 people. This included three in the back, the driver and a front passenger.
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1993 escort wagonahoy mate. i had the same problem on a similar car. ford, escort 1993. i took it to a friendly mechanic, he told to follow my heart and the gas line to find the gasoline pump! now, I've changed pumps on over three cars and raving results of thanks have happened.
A single user license permits software to be installed on three different computers to be used simultaneously. true or false
The Pontiac G8 was produced from the years 2008 to 2009. The amount of pounds of R134a for a 2008 Pontiac G8 air conditioner is between two to three pounds.
Five- two in the front and three in the back.
it is a 2001 Pontiac Montana that has broken three bealts so far I need to know what pully I will need to replace?
alternators will charge in either direction; they are three-phase systems fed through an internal rectifier, so it is irrelevant.
No, there was a three speed manual standard, a four speed manual optional, or a three speed automatic.
Was it installed in a three way or four way system?
Sounds like a faulty hazzard switch. Whrn faulty they can effect all other lights on the vehicle. The clicking you hear would be a flasher relay. Consult an auto-electician at once.
because they're bad
Power factor capacitors can be installed on a three phase motor between the motor contactor and the overload heater block.