Where is the truck switch on a 1992 firebird?
by the steering wheel
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First, remove the lower dashboard panel in order to get at the switch. There are four Philips screws and one bolt that secures this panel. Then remove the two nuts and three bolts securing the steering column to the dash frame. This makes it easy to get at the switch. Remove the cover around the ign…ition switch. The front part is the key and lock tumbler, and the bottom is the electrical switch part that is not disturbed by this process. Take care not to pull the wires in the wire harness to the switch. Remove the key sensor switch from the housing that holds the tumbler and switch mechanism. Remove the screw that holds the ignition switch body. Remove the electrical harness part from the back of the switch. Then, insert the key and turn slightly. Release the pin under the tumbler casing and pull out the cylinder. (MORE)
I replaced the starter not too long ago in my '91, V8 305. I don't know if you have a different engine but maybe you can at least get some help out of this. First of all, disconnect the battery. The starter is hooked up straight to the battery, and although 12volts DC probably won't kill you, it doe…sn't feel too good. Now find the starter. It's going to be found underneath the car, (you'll have to jack it up and get under it. Use jackstands!) at the bottom of the engine by the front is the flywheel. The starter should be right by the flywheel, since it's job is to start cranking it. It should be bolted in place and covering the area where the flywheel is. There is a brace held on with two bolts, and the starter itself is bolted onto the engine by 2 or three long bolts going upwards. Just unbolt these and it should drop right down, (carefull not to drop it on your face! >:o ) It might take some wiggling to get it all the way out of there anyway, If i remember correctly I think the exhaust pipes coming from the engine were in the way a little. In fact, I'm pretty sure it is right above those exhaust pipes. Well like I said, I have a V8 305, so it might be in a different spot, but once you find the thing, it's very easy just to unbolt it. Oh! very important. When you disconnect the wires from the starter, be sure to label them so you know how to hook up the new one. draw a sketch if you have to, so you know which wire goes on which connection. Then install the new one just the oposite. Well . Email if you have a question. (MORE)
First, take off the fan shroud then the fan clutch then the water pump. Reverse to reinstall. Wrong, Most 91 and 92 firebirds run electric fans, Where would the clutch fan be then? First remove the negative lead on the battery terminal Make sure the engine has cooled remove the radiator cap and dra…in it remove the air intake tube loosen the four bolts which hold the pulley to the pump remove the serpentine belt remove the the bolts and the pulley from the pump remove the upper and lower hoses remove the 3 bolts which hold the pump to the engine block clean the mating surface of the engine block install replacement pump with gasket in reverse order (MORE)
Answer . There is no relay. The voltage comes from the fuse box directly to the headlight switch..
forgive my ignorance but i believe that the ignition switch is in the dash. first pull off the plastic coving around the switch and put the key in the ignition and roll it to the ACC position and look for a button or sliding lock device that will release the the lock cylinder from the external casin…g. p.s. you may need to use a small screwdiver or an ice pick or a pen to push the button in. Unless you are ready to do some work the ignition on a import is a sealed unit and you will have to drill out 2 or 3 roll pins which are set at 11-2 and 6 approximatly, after removing these pins the cylinder(Thats were the key goes) will then slide out. Then you are able to insert a new cylinder. But if this does seem to be to much of a hastle then your local locksmith is able to do this for you. (MORE)
Answer . \nfor winter use 5w30\nfor summer stay with either 5w30 or 10w30\nfor high-mileage id use a 10w30 high mileage oil DONT ADD TREATMENT ITS ALL HYPE!!!!!!!!\nfor preformance id go either with syntec oil 5w30 or royal purple oil
Drain the trans fluid and toss it Take the Track bar off the rear axle Unbolt the brake line brackets from the rear axle Unbolt the lower shock bolts Use a Jack to support the rear axle and disconnect the rear shocks, then lower the axle. BE VERY CAREFUL TO NOT KILL YOUR BRAKE LINES WHEN YOU DO THIS… Take the Rear Coil springs out. Take the Rear bolts out of the Torque Arm Take the Front bolts out of the Torque Arm Bracket Pull the Torque arm. Make a mark on the Driveshaft and the Rear Axle Pinion Flange so you know which side is up. Unbolt the rear U-Joint Straps. Pull the Driveshaft out of the Transmission Disconnect any sensors or cables on the Transmission Use a jack to slighty lift the Transmission and remove the Crossmember bolts Take out the Crossmember Remove the Transmission from the Bellhousing (4 Bolts) Have someone else handy and one of you get on each side of the transmission and pull it backward and down to get it out Disconnect the Clutch fork push rod and spring Unbolt the Bellhousing from the motor (10 or 12 bolts if I remember right) Take the Clutch Fork out If you are going to reuse the pressure plate then mark the flywheel and the pressure plate so you get them lined back up Put an alignment tool in the clutch Making a star pattern, (like tightening lug nuts), ONE TURN AT A TIME loosen the clutch to flywheel bolts YOU WILL HAVE TO RESURFACE THE FLYWHEEL, SANDING THE FLYWHEEL DOES NOT COUNT AS RESURFACING IT, THE FLYWHEEL WILL HAVE TO BE RESURFACED AT A MACHINE SHOP, if it is already too thin it will need to be replaced. YOU WILL HAVE TO EITHER HAVE THE PRESSURE PLATE REBUILT, OR BUY A NEW ONE. THROW AWAY THE CLUTCH DISC, IT CANNOT BE REBUILD, RESURFACED, OR OTHERWISE REUSED. Installation of the clutch is basically the reverse of the Removal (MORE)
Here is a link that shows where the module and stuff is and if I can remember right there is also a little black box that is under the bumper that is supposed to act like a relay or something? Hope this helps some!! http://www.firebirdnation.com/forums/uploads/1234402756/gallery_2_1020_2160455.png
Answer . it is located just below the driverside exaust manfold, in the engine block between the first and second cylinder, looks just like a temp sensor but has a single wire connector going to it,
If your 1992 Explorer doesn't start and you tap on the relay switch under the hood and the truck starts is the relay switch bad or the fuel pump Both the pump and relay switch have been replaced?
Answer . \nYou may have gotten a bad relay, or there may be a loose electrical connection at or close to the relay.
Answer . \nsimple..... drain oil from drain pan and change filter a small plug on the pan is what your looking for
The manual on my 98 Firebird says to push it when starting out in icy or slippery surfaces. Living in Florida where it rains frequently, I use it when I'm at a red light on rainy days. It really does help to have more traction. I turn it off after about 1 minute after starting. --It starts vehicle… in 2nd gear instead of 1st gear, so there is less torque at rear wheels. This enables it to get grip without spinning the tires as easily. (MORE)
1994 Firebird flasher location . \nIf you are looking for the flasher, it is behind a cover panel underneath the steering column. Remove the cover and the flasher should be to the left of the column. It should be round and probably silver in color. It simply pulls out.
Answer You have to take the muffler and tailpipe assembly loose, and perhaps the rear shocks, as well as the rear axle brake hose and support the vehicle on jackstands under the frame rails. You need to let the rear end hang low enough to let the gas tank come out (it is located directly above the m…uffler). It is a royal pain in the posterior, but if you have a safe place to raise the car up high enough, and a lot of patience, you can save several hundred dollars doing it yourself. YOU HAVE TO DROP THE FUEL TANK IF ITS FUEL INJ IF ITS MECH ITS JUST LIKE ANY OLD 350 (MORE)
It is located on the receiver/drier. It threads into it and has two wires connecting to it. The drier is normally located near the battery just to the left of the radiator.
Answer . If you turn the ignition to the on position, and then press the interlock button, you don't have to press the clutch pedal down to start the truck.
A 2002 Pontiac Firebird is manufactured by General Motors (GM).Vehicles manufactured by GM are not equipped with an inertiaswitch.
Answer . Well, There's quite a few things you can do. Everythign ranging from Ordering parts like Headers, intake manifold, camshaft, nitrous, supercharger (or turbo), changing the settings in the ECU (Fuel injected motor). all kinds of stuff. the list goes on and on. Email me i can get you the p…arts :-). -chris. 1987Formula@live.com (MORE)
relay switch is on the inside middle of the firewall behind the radio do not have to take the radio out just go up beside the gas pedal and there it is
Answer by looking through the telegraph you can see that if you put on some deer skin they will go away It is on top of the steering column under the dash.
Answer . You would have to have the computer custom tuned to delete the rev limit although most custom tuners would advise against this practice.
On the floor at the left of driver seat, next to the gaz doors switch.
Considering that there is no such thing as a Ford Firebird, I would say its impossible. I'm guessing you're trying to say either a Ford Thunderbird or a Pontiac Firebird. And both are VERY different to take out
You need two special tools to do this repair...A steering wheel puller and a lock plate depresser. First, if your car has a padded 3-spoke type steering wheel, locate the screws (one at each spoke) on the back side of each spoke and remove them. Carefully pull the trim pad off and then find the wire… that is plugged into the center of the column from the trim pad. Push in and twist the wire free of the column and be careful as a small plastic piece and a little spring will come out too. Make sure the steering wheel is in the position of the car being driven straight ahead and then use the steering wheel puller to remove the wheel. Do not turn the wheel in either direction while removing it. Next remove the round black plastic cover that has a couple of screws holding it in place. Next attach the lock plate depresser and push the column lock plate down about 1/4 of an incch and then remove the slotted ring that is around the column that was holding the lock plate in place. Next release the lock plate and remove it. You will see a black Phillips head OR torx head screw at about the 2 o clock position in the column which will appear to be screwed into the ignition lock. Remove that screw and the ignition lock cylinder will slide right out. (MORE)
Sometimes switches wear out, which could be the reason the switchin your 1992 Chevy truck is not working. There could also be aproblem with the wiring. You may also want to check the fuse forthe blower to see if it's bad.
First I will assume you are asking about the ignition switch specifically.To replace it is pretty easy.First disconnect the negative battery cable.2nd remove the steering column cover has approximately 4-5 screws on the bottom.Now once this is removed the ignition will be accessable and disconnect t…he plug going to the ignition and it should have one or two screws or bolts that hold it in place and even a plastic tie strap.Remove install new ignition plug the electrical plug in.Note I want to say there is a plug for the ignition if not the wiring may have wiring that is held on with screws on the part(cannot recall at this time).Regardless if you have to hook each wire to the new part do one at a time,and install on the new switch.Then put the igntion back in place,and column cover and install battery ground wire and done.Rough cost of new part is around 130.00 at most auto zones or advance auto parts etc. (MORE)
The fuel pump on most fuel injected firebirds is in the fuel tank. This entails jacking the car up, lowering the rear axle, and completely removing the fuel tank. This is time consuming and difficult job. Be sure your fuel tank is as empty as possible before you go unstrapping the bands that hold it… in place. (MORE)
Maybe your air filter or plugs and wires. Or maybe your MAF sensor or your IAC valve needs cleaning.
On the top side of the steering column about halfway down, the high beam/low beam headlight switch should be bolted to the column right beside it. Inside the vehicle.
There is no "reset" switch, that I know of. Everything on that car, programs either through the radio, or, with a Tech 2, through the OBD2.
check up towards your battery, on my 89 formula 350 it was in a black case kind of like a relay right by the battery just hangin out there.
perhaps it's time for a new motor or the gear is worn, or fuse is bad. I would raise them manually and disconnect motors until you get it fixed.
There is no fuel pump shut off switch on a Pontiac Firebird.Instead, it has a fuel pump relay under the hood in the powerdistribution box.
The 1992 Nissan truck air-conditioner pressure switch is located inthe fuse box. The fuse box can be found in the engine compartment.
i have a 1991 firebird 5.0l and the fuel pump is in the gas tank i got a quote of $440.00 to replace it .
first you have to remove the center console by taking the two screws out under the change bar in the armrest, and pulling gently up, twist the led out of the gear shift slide area, disconnect the cigarette lighter plug, then if you look at the left side of the base of your shifter box there is a wid…e flat plug, that is your neutral start/backup light switch. P.S. to remove the console you also hafta remove the shifter knob, for the manual I believe its an Allen key, I have an auto so it has the C-clip in the front you just pry out with a screwdriver... manual is prolly easier. (MORE)
\nThe battery seems good, there is plenty of power, nothing happens when you turn the key. Just started. Was able to jump across the terminals at the starter and it turned over but would not start.
on the right back side of the engine right next to the oil filter it should have a clip on it to unclip and clip it back on plus it should have 3 wires going into it when u unplug it u should see some oil on it, trust me i have a 89 firebird 2.8 v6 and i need to get a new one soon cause my guage is …going crazy when it hits 0 car sounds and runs fine at 0. (MORE)
On Dakota trucks it should be mounted on the right fender. Other pickups probably use the same location.
The neutral safety switch is on the side of the transmission. Itscrews into the side and has a small three wire plug.
there isn't a switch that will turn off the engine light, but there is a connector that you plug in a scan tool to find out why the light is on, and with the tool you can reset the computer which will turn the light off, or you can try this, disconnect the neg. side battery cable for about 5 mins. a…nd then reconnect tne cable which should turn the light off, but the code that is in the computer will still be there and the light may or may not come back on. (MORE)
One of the signs is the security light will stay on and the car won't turn over. For a while the light will eventually go out and then the car will start. But as the switch totally fails the car won't start anymore.
Really? Unless the seat has a coat hanger in it or the driver is a retard drunk, I'd say yes.
since the car is rear wheel drive the 2nd gear start is used for when you are in snow or somewhere slick you turn that on and it will give you more power to get out. i had one never found it very useful
disconnect the tan wire connector on the passenger side wiring harness , that puts it in bypass mode, unlock dist. bolt and adjust timing. when set reconnect wiring connector.
Remove the ring bezel from the front of the dash by gently pulling it. Then lift it over and to the left of the steering wheel and all that, would be holding it will be the light switch it self, then just unplug it. Remove and relace the same way you did up till this point. J.d.
Is In the right by the firewall on ur car u can see it cus is a round relay not a. Square relay
they're generally on the transmission where the cable from the shifter attaches to the lever on the side of the transmission that changes the 'gear' of the transmission (auto trans). manual transmissions usually have a switch on the clutch pedal (since you didnt specify which transmission type)
Slide in under the truck behind the passenger front wheel and look up at the bottom rear side of the engine and you will see it. It is round in shape and it is held in place with 2 bolts. It will have a few electric wires going to it also. 1 will be coming from the positive side of the battery.
you will need a couple special tools for this job. one is a steering wheel puller. remove the steering wheel. then you have to remove the turn signal stalk. then remove the turn signal switch mechanism inside the steering column. then you need to compress the column locking plate to remove the wire …ring around the steering shaft. after this its easy. pull the locking plate out and remove the screw holding the ignition switch in. replace switch and re-install in the reverse order. its easier to put together than get apart. (MORE)