27th Apr 2004, 04:25

I have a '94 Pontiac Sunrunner and have had no problems besides usual maintenance. 198k and still going strong, no smoke. I also live in Canada, but on the east coast so it goes through everything imaginable. My only complaint would also be the gas mileage, but the zipper in the back doesn't quite work all the time. I'm currently looking to go with next size up in tires and a lift kit. Also a nice set of offset wheels would be nice..

12th Aug 2004, 05:33

I also have a Sunrunner. Great vehicle, but... cannot find parts. I need the multi switch unit for drivers side. Also problems with crank shaft gear. I cannot find new gear. The vehicle it self is great if not a little under powered. I have a hard and soft top both are easy to put on and take off.

11th Jul 2005, 15:43

I have a 1994 Pontiac Sunrunner 2 door. It has developed a serious rattle in the back door. When I take the spare tire off... no rattle. When I put it back on the rattle returns. I have adjusted the door hatch etc. but nothing works. Does anyone have an idea of how to correct this mystery rattle? It's becoming a serious irritation.

19th Jul 2008, 19:28

I have a 1992 Asuna Sunrunner with a hard top from pro top. The front part of the top has become loose and allows water to pass thru. Is there a way to adjust the hinges on the front?

22nd Nov 2010, 06:59

I have a 1992 with hard top. I put truck cap foam under top and put it on. Now there is no draught and no leaks.

21st Jan 2011, 11:44

I have a 93 Sunrunner and I had it out one day and it was running, then I shut it off to lock my house, then I went to go start it and it wouldn't start because the engine flooded out and it will not start.

Does anyone know what may be causing it to flood?

4th Jul 2011, 23:21

Check your ECM (Engine Control Module). Many Trackers, Sunrunners and Sidekicks cannot start because of a failed ECM. Good luck!

22nd Nov 2014, 15:07

My father in law had a problem like yours, only if he let the car sit for a while. It would eventually start. It ended up being the fuel pressure regulator. He had a problem finding one. The garage had to get one for a Suzuki Sidekick of the same year, which was a 1994 from an online parts store called Rockauto. The cost was around 80.00 dollars plus shipping. No more flooding or starting issues.

Hope this helps you. Best of luck.