Question about 2000 Pontiac Bonneville
The black wire connects to the sensor return (EDP) terminal of the PCM
Posted on May 05, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
remove washer bootle assembly connection to main harnes on left side one 10 mm bolt on fram below rad hose remove both head light aasemblys and grill the can remove harness i have seen them break all across harness under tape etc.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
Assuming you mean replacing the fuel PUMP, the 2 wires are different guages. Connect the lighter wire to the lighter wire and the heavier wire to the heavier wire. If the new harness uses both the same size wires, the heavier wire on the vehicle side (solid black) is for the fuel pump ground. Lighter wire is for fuel guage sending unit.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
it almost sounds as if the cpu in the car was damaged do you have a lotus tester i doupt this is the problem put check your fuses also
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
First lets start by disconnecting the battery. Then go through each wire you reconnected. I'm not sure what process you took to connect them. Taping, wire caps, etc.... Anyway make sure these wires are connected firmly then move on. If you got a spark I could see there being a blown fuse somewhere. From what I read you are saying there is not burnt fuses, but I'm not sure if that is what you meant to say. If this is the case you could have a bad wire. If the fuses are fine and make sure you thoroughly check them for any problems. Could be a very small imperfection causing the lost of connection. Next move onto to testing the wiring. Reconnect the battery if you have made sure all wires are safely connected and fuse is back in panel. Take the wire tester and find the ignition and constant wire. When the key is on both of these wires should be lit up. When you turn the car off, one of these wire should be off. This will indicate that you have proper electrical going to the unit. After getting through all that, check the ground wire. If this is bad you get not life from the unit. There is a lot here, but it could be a couple things causing this for you. Hope this helps and good luck!!
Posted on Nov 28, 2009
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