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To check the alternator on GM's. Start the car, pull the negative post off the battery. If the car dies, the alternator is bad. If it stays running. Check and/or replace the battery. Also check and clean or replace badly corroded wires from the battery.

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http://www.autofuseboxdiagram.com/4232-2000-pontiac-sunfire-2-2-fuse-box-diagram/

http://www.automotix.net/usedautoparts/2000-pontiac-sunfire-chassis_computer-inventory.html?fit_notes=e1360a49a192739e006f059ad1d62904&seq_num=8

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2000 sunfire charging system


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Replace the thermostat. It will be fine after that. I know thats what everyone says anytime there is an overheating problem but in this case with the way the system works and it has been working fine up to this point, it's gonna be the thermostat.

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