Question about 2004 Pontiac Sunfire
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My 1997 Pontiac Sunfire's clutch
Check Your Clutch Fluid It Just Like Checking Your Brake Fluid In The Engine Compartment. If Its Low You May Have Got Air In The Line Which Will Cause The Clutch To Feel Empty. Make Sure Its Full Then Get In And Push It 3 times and hold then get out and check it again seeing if its emptied the reservoir. Keep Adding until the clutch feels good again. make sure that after doing so there isn't any dripping off the bottom of the car which would indicate the line need to be repaired.
Next If The doesn't do it with the car off push the clutch very slowly and listen for any kind of suction sound near your feet. sometimes it leaks around the pedal. If you dont have any fluid on the floor board then all should be well.
Then fallow the line all the way to the transmission looking for fluid.
It is pretty easy to find as it doesn't dry.
Most vehicles use dot 3 brake fluid but your vehicle may differ check your clutch reservoir cap for specifications on fluid.
if it does take brake fluid do not spill it on your paint as it will take it down to the bare metal in no time.
I hope this helpful and look forward to hearing your results if you need more help.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
Remove the center console.
There will be a bulb underneath the PRNDL(Park, Reverse, Neutral, Drive, Low) - quarter turn to the left. Pull bulb down; put new bulb in - put back in hole quarter turn to right - reinstall center console...
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
two clips hold the headlight in place at the top...remove these and the headlamp will move forward enabling you to replace the halogen bulb (9007 at CTC)
Posted on Dec 31, 2009
On the 2004 Pontiac Vibe that I owned, I ended up taking it to the dealer. Perhaps this advice can avoid having you end up at the same place!
Remove the middle environmental control knob (fan blower speed, I think) by tugging on it until it comes off. Underneath you will find a single Phillips screw. Remove the screw and gently (so you don't mar it), pull at the plastic trim surrounding the environmental control area. It should pop out. You may also want to remove the two-prong AC outlet by prying it gently out with a small slotted screwdriver before attempting to pry out the trim panel.
After that panel is out of the way, you are ready to tackle the plastic trim surrounding the shift knob. Begin by removing the small holding compartment at the base of the shift knob. There is a single Philips screw holding the plastic piece to a supporting brace on the lower end. Four additional screws on the upper end are revealed by the removal of the environmental control trim piece as previously described.
Okay, from there, you're ready to gently pry loose the trim panel surrounding the shift knob.
The bulb can be located on the driver's side. It's a 'funny' looking bulb that is integrated into a two wire bundle. You may end up having to replace the bulb+wire bundle as a unit. The electrical connector is on the opposite side of the shift knob.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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