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I need regaular car keys for Pontiac 1992 Sunbird

I need keys for regular Pontiac Sunbird 1992 Sunbird I have lost my keys for my car and I don't have anymore. I need keys pretty quick

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    I lost my keys,and want to replace them. How would i be able to do this? The truck is in my friends name. 

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If not.. new ignition

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If you take the title with your drivers liscense to a pontiac dealer & they can cut you a set of keys

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The paint code should be in the trunk onn the tire cover. It's on the same large white decal with a whole bunch of numbers on it. The code is a 3 or 4 digit number/letter combination at the bottom row of all the numbers. It usually a letter followed by 2 number and followed by another letter. Call you local auto paint supply store and ask them about the proper combination.

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There is a TSB on this issue the horn pad needs to be replaced. See Bulletin below.


Bulletin Number: 93-3-9
Reference Number: 333202
Publish Date: 5/93

Subject:
INTERMITTENT HORN BLOWING WHEN CAR IS COLD (REPLACE CONTACT ASSEMBLY/VINYL PAD)

Models Affected:
1989-93 SUNBIRD AND 1992-93 GRAND AM MODELS

CONDITION
Some owners of 1989-93 Sunbird vehicles and 1992-93 Grand Am vehicles may experience intermittent horn blowing when car is cold.
CAUSE:
This condition may be caused by excessive shrinkage of the contact assembly components when cold. This forces the horn pad contact plates together which activates the horn.

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does it need pins and bushings?

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Click on the following free direct LinkS. These are for your 1992 Pontiac Sunbird. They have both: the 2.0L 4-Cylinder and 3.1L V6 Engine Diagrams with the various engine options (AC/No AC etc.)
This First Link has the Belt Diagram/Front Engine Diagrams you will need to remove in order to gain access to the Timing Belt Cover, which also has to be removed so you can remove the Timing Belt.
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This Second Link are the Timing Belt Diagrams, complete with Instructional Diagrams.
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As far as a Step-by-Step procedure: It would literally take dozens of Pages using this type of forum. I strongly suggest for your sake: to purchase a Haynes or Chilton Manual, available at most auto parts stores for around $20-$25. These have every step-by-step procedure you will need; including the Torques Specifications for each and every Bolt and/or Nut you are removing or loosening.

Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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Apr 10, 2009 | 1992 Pontiac Sunbird

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HELPPPP!


There is a TSB on this issue the horn pad needs to be replaced. See Bulletin below.


Bulletin Number: 93-3-9
Reference Number: 333202
Publish Date: 5/93

Subject:
INTERMITTENT HORN BLOWING WHEN CAR IS COLD (REPLACE CONTACT ASSEMBLY/VINYL PAD)

Models Affected:
1989-93 SUNBIRD AND 1992-93 GRAND AM MODELS

CONDITION
Some owners of 1989-93 Sunbird vehicles and 1992-93 Grand Am vehicles may experience intermittent horn blowing when car is cold.
CAUSE:
This condition may be caused by excessive shrinkage of the contact assembly components when cold. This forces the horn pad contact plates together which activates the horn.

Nov 19, 2008 | 1992 Pontiac Sunbird

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