Question about 2000 Pontiac Bonneville
I want to clean the battery terminals and the connecting cables but there is some kind of plastic sheath covering the connection how do I get this off.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Where did you read this info.? In the owner's manual that comes with all cars and is usually in the glove compartment, it should give you a lot of the info. that you are asking about. Usually, something like changing the battery which is going to have to be done more than once in the lifetime of a car; would not be extremely difficult. I have removed rear seats and it sounds worse than it is. If you have done very much work on a car, you know that the #1 thing that you are always told to do is to disconnect the negative battery cable; even if what you're doing is something like changing the tire, oil, etc. Just use some common sense and you'll be fine. Be sure that you don't touch the cables to each other or metal, but it sounds like you know that since your main concern if the seat.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
The oil pressure sending unit is located behind the oil filter, Threaded into an aluminunm housing. It has wiring that plugs into the sending unit. The oil filter has to be removed and you will need a deep well socket and a 6 inch extension. Change the oil and the sending unit together.
Posted on Feb 02, 2009
you have to call the pontiac dealer parts dept and he will tell you how to get the code you may have to prove ownership for the car because the anti-theft is activated at this time
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
It sounds like a bad connection somewhere, check the battery cable connections for corrosion and tightness, both ends. It could be the starter, starter solenoid, starter relay, neutral safety switch or ignition. Try moving the shift lever to the "N" position and see if that helps. When you say you have a dead key, do you mean you have no dash lights, (oil pressure light, battery light, things of that nature) no clicking, no nothing?
Posted on Jan 02, 2010
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