one thing that you should really know about the firebirds are the fact that they have no grille so there really is no air flow to the engine. They are alreadym notorios for being too hot. What most of these cars rely on is what's called an air dam which is located under your car. This device is aerodynamically designed to re-direct air flow up into the engine to help cool it of. This might be what your problem is. At least that's what was going on with my friends 1988 firebird trans am GTA. Mine is a 1984 abd is equipped with a ram air which sucks it from the top. You should check it out.
There was no 5.2 liter engine in a 1995 Firebird
Yes it should.
can you clean a egr valve on a 1995 pontiac firebird with a 3.,4 litre motor
its bolted to the motor
its under the car on the passenger side
275 with the V8
get a new radiator.
there isn't one
You can find the 1995 Pontiac Firebird 3.4 liter engine IAT sensor on the back of your engine. The IAT sensor will be a few inches above the transmission.
The 1995 Pontiac Firebird can be fitted with 18x8-inch wheels granted they are designed for this application. A tire size that will work on these wheels are 275/40/18.
My 1995 Firebird gets close to 25-35 MPG so yours should get something like that.
Chevy 350 LT1
300 horse if it's a V8.
just behind right rear armrest
under the hood on the drivers side.
Check thermostat first
change your thermostat