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Pontiac Sunfire, Coupe
May 23, 2006 (12:34 pm)
hey.. I have been having alot of problems trying to find cv joints for my 2000 Pontiac sunfire 2.2L. I had bought a set and put them in but they were two long, went back to the dealer and they didn't have any, i looked all over and all they had was the long ones. They said they don't no why this is. What could be wrong? I'm I missing something when i asking them. Thanks
#177 of 391 will a 2003 sunfire rear window fit a 2000 sunfire??
May 27, 2006 (12:50 pm)
hey guys... last night I had got my rear window smashed. My uncle has a wrecked 2003 sunfire and i was wonderin if that would fit my 2000 sunfire. there both just normal sunfires not gt's. thanks
#178 of 391 My 02 sunfire wont shift gears
May 31, 2006 (11:39 am)
I have a 2002 pontiac sunfire and it has automatic transmission. When I drive i can only go a top speed of about 50 mph. My problem is that the transmission can go to first then second gear but it wont shift to third. Does anyone know how to fix this or where the problem might be?
#179 of 391 theft system light
Jun 06, 2006 (8:44 pm)
I have a 2001 pontiac sunfire gt and the theft system light came on along with the service light just to the right of it. any suggestions on how to turn them off?
#180 of 391 Re: Problem with 96 Pontiac Sunfire!! [darlind]
Jun 08, 2006 (2:47 pm)
did you ever figure out what was wrong with your sunfire? and was your theft light on? I only ask this because my theft light came on but as you stated there is NOTHING in the manual about it...very helpful GM, very helpful.
#181 of 391 REVERSE LIGHTS NOT WORKING??
Jul 01, 2006 (7:17 am)
My girlfriend has a 2000 Sunfire GT. Her reverse lights went out all of a sudden. No clue why. Bulbs, wires, fuses all fine. Is there some flaw with the vehicle that anyone has heard of out there that would cause this? I heard rumors about some linkage in the tranny or something? But haven't been able to confirm this.
Any ideas...Any sugegstions would be greatly appreciated. This is the latest issue of many since she's had this turd.
#182 of 391 99 Pontiac Sunfire GT
Jul 05, 2006 (9:47 am)
I own a 99 Sunfire GT. It seems like when I get one thing fixed, something else is going wrong. It has almost 99k miles on it, so maybe I'm just at that point where some bigger stuff needs to be replaced. The whole front end vibrates, especially over a bumpy road, uneven pavement, etc. A month ago I had my mechanic look at the half shafts, and he swears he couldn't find anything wrong with them. I've replaced the left front wheel bearing. At speeds btwn 45 and 75 I hear/feel this other vibration, like a low, pulsing whirring noise.
Now it seems like the trans wants to hesitate more often going from park into drive. It will take a moment to grab the gear (it's an automatic). There is some noise that seems to be louder recently, and the trans also feels like it has some trouble accelerating through lower gears. I have already set up an appt with a local Cottman Trans to check it out. Has anybody had a similar problem? I love this car, and it just started giving me any kind of trouble a few months ago, and I've owned it since last March. I don't know if it's worth it for me to keep fixing it, or to seriously consider trading it in while it's still running.
#183 of 391 2003 Sunfire 30, 483 miles
Jul 08, 2006 (8:50 am)
After a recent inspection, which one of these services would you do 1st pls? I'm sure this is a no brainer for some, and obviously the repair place wants you to get it all done at once( but since I'm on a limited income). 1)flush brakes? 2)power steering(test was brown)? or 3) good ole tires replaced?(front is at 6mm, .788/.739 spec) Rear(10%).
#184 of 391 98 Pontiac Sunfire - 2.4L engine
Jul 14, 2006 (4:47 pm)
I just found out today that the blower fan only blows when the selector switch is on the third and forth speed. (We were running the AC). Not sure if it does the same thing when selecting for heat. Any ideas as to what the problem is.
Thanks and have a blessed day.