Question about 1998 Pontiac Sunfire
Which terminals do I use to pull up the codes?thay The assembly link is different wiring than my blazer.
You can not access the codes unless you use a code reader, this is because of the letter prefix and the number of codes, there are P codes for the engine and trans, B codes for the body, and I codes for some of the other systems in the body. These scanners are cheap, about $30 on ebay.
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Open the hood of the vehicle to disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal and expose the headlight assembly.
Remove the headlight retainer clips by pulling toward the engine compartment.
Turn the bulb holder counterclockwise to pull the bulb from the headlight assembly and disconnect the electrical connection.
Install the new headlight. Do not touch the glass of the headlight -- oil from your fingers can cause the bulb to overheat and fail.
Replace bulb holder into headlight assembly and turn clockwise to secure it. Fasten the the retainer clips to secure the headlight assembly.
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