Pontiac Sunfire Repair and Maintenance Costs
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Pontiac Sunfire ProblemsTurn Signal Switch May Fail and Cause Signals Not to Work
The turn signal switch in the steering column may fail causing the turn signals not to work on one or both sides.
A door window may move slowly or stop in mid travel due to a failing power window motor. The affected window may start working again after the motor cools off. Replacing the faulty window motor will commonly correct this concern.
Illumination of the Check Engine Light can be caused by a loose or worn gas cap.
Pontiac Sunfire QuestionsSluggish acceleration and stalling. (1 answer)
2002 Pontiac sunfire, 2.2L
The car is in great condition, in the process of doing a little work to it. I am in the process of doing a little engine repair as per the codes I got when I gave it a test. I want to be sure that I am on the right track, and Im just curious if anyone can offer assi...
pulled out of driveway. shifted to drive. no click of shifter. runs in reverse, but won't shift to drive.
My pontiac sunfires lights stopped working i checked the bulbs and connections but nothibg seems to be wrong. If it is the relay fuse where is it located and how many fuses or fuse boxes do i need to check?
Pontiac Sunfire RecallsBrake Lights and Turn Signals May Not Work
The brake lights and rear turn signals may stop working due to insufficient contact between the socket and bulb. Inoperative tail lamps may not communicate the driver's intentions, increasing the risk of a crash. If both tail lamps become inoperative, the cruise control will not engage. Dealers will inspect the rear lamp bulb socket assemblies and apply grease or replace them if needed. The recall began January 18, 2005. The GM recall number 04083.
On 37 vehicles, the passenger-side rear safety belt may have been installed with an incorrect nut and bolt. In a severe crash, the upper seat belt anchorage may separate, reducing the effectiveness of the seat belt and increasing the risk of injury. Dealers will inspect the safety belt anchorage and install a new nut and bolt. The recall began August 23, 2004. The GM recall number is 04056.