Question about 1998 Pontiac Sunfire
I had a 97 Cavalier, which is mechanically the same car, and it was a very reliable car. The column unfortunately is a bit of a tough job since the bolts that hold it up or coming in from the top. So you have to take part of the dash off or the speedo cluster. I never tried to change out the ignition but I would try that before getting into anything like this. And you can get an owners manual at a junkyard or you can go to a parts store and get a Chilton or Haynes book on your model/year. These have everything an original manual have and then some. I don't know anything about a Carfax report. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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