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Old 12-30-2003, 09:17 PM   #1
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My poor car has been having issues lately. I find it rather stupid to take her to someone when I can do it myself. The major handly cap we have is I bought this car used and it Did NOT have an owers manual. Anyone who can help me out either Getting one or help me with some info so I can double check and fix at least 3 different problem! Massive propts and many thanks!

The problems I have is I need:
* a list of the fuses: What they are and what watt they are!

* As stupid as it sounds I need to know how to set my outside temp. (I just changed out my heater core after it died on me. Saying that was evil would be an understatment! :twisted: )

There is more I just can't remember off the top of my head. My ex is threating to pee on my car and set her on fire. I'm annoyed you wonderful people would be saving my car from the crushing block. The Ponitac dealers in my area are a waste of human life and worthless. Anything you can do would help me!
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The first thing we need is the year and model of your car, and what options (manual or electronic climate control, etc).

After that, we can hook you up......

Your owner'* manual for the fuses can be found here if it falls into any of these years:

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...pic.php?t=6429

Put your year and model into your signature so it'll be easier for us to help you.
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For the owners manual, you can go to Pontiac.com, sign up for MyGMLink, and download a PDF Copy. If you got a cheap source for printing, your set for that part.
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I have a 92 SSE From what I can tell Fully loaded. Power seats, Windows, everything even an infator valve in the trunk that no one can tell me what it does besides run in to the back seat some where.

Thanks Guys!
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I have a 92 SSE From what I can tell Fully loaded. Power seats, Windows, everything even an infator valve in the trunk that no one can tell me what it does besides run in to the back seat some where.

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The compressor that drives the valve in back is used to inflate/deflate your air ride suspension. GM just put the valve in the trunk to make an alternate use for the compressor so you can inflate your tires or beach balls or whatever...
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He said balls.
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He said balls.
Err...uhmmmm....yea
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<<I need to know how to set my outside temp>>

You don't set that. Mother Nature does that for you.

If you want to know how to "read" the outside temperature just select the button called "EXT TEMP".
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