Originally Posted by jr's3800
Hey Will I was looking at my 91 Bonnie and I think that the brake fluid resivor on it is simmilar to the one on my 95 Bonnie... This has got me wondering if I can install the Strut tower bar without interfering with the the resivoir cap.. It looked as if it would be wright behind the bar.. I'll have to check closer later on..
You might be able to do this but I am not sure how the brake fluid check sensor would work out. I don't know if your older computer would recocnize the newer container.
I know my car is stil in allignment because the tire wear is uniform all the way across and it does not pull to one side or the other.
You only take of the two inside nuts when you remove the STB and I remove and install them in sequence. I loosen the back drivers side on some then do the front passenger side one then the front driver side and finaly the back passenger side one. Once I have removed most of the tension in the bar i go ahead and take the nuts all the way off. When I reinstall the bar i reverse the procedure tightening each nut a few turns then moving on to the next one till they are all tight.
Pretty much the same way you do head bolts just with fewer bolts.
1989 LE Bonne 122,000 miles
Custom Open Element filter system, Strut Tower Brace from 2nd gen bonne
Light Up Pontiac symbol in grill, 16 wheels from newer Bonne/G, performance tires, performance ignition system, Upgraded brakes.