The horn on the 92 Firebird is located behind the front bumper. The horn button is located on the steering wheel. Pictures can be found in a Firebird repair manual.
Yes it is, the nova is also useable in the camaro or firebird,I put a 73 nova subframe under my 68 camaro.
The 1994 Pontiac Firebird horn relay switch can be found on the inside of the front quarter panel. The horn relay switch will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
Try the driver side core support on the engine side. That's where my 68 is located. Sorry I couldn't be more specific for your year of 'Bird.
lighter and horn fuse is located in fuse panel on end of dash on drivers side
On the core support, drivers side of the radiator.
Beep repaired- be prepaired
The horn(s) on a 1991 Pontiac Firebird are inside the left front (driver side) fender, behind the headlight, in front of the wheel well next to the vacuum canister. There are two horn assemblies, one has the "A" tone, and the other has the "F" tone. One bolt holds each horn assembly to the inside of the fenders super-structure, and there is one (common) green wire that connects to each horn.
Beep repaired- be prepaired
Horns are typically at the front of the engine capartment, left or right of the radiator, there are twop (a high and a low pitch) for the 2001 Firebird, not sure if they are in the same location
What exactly are you needing to know? I have a 68 Firebird sitting in the driveway. Are you needing to know colors of wires on the exterior bulbs or routing etc for the interior?
The biggest concern here is the alternator/voltage regulator design. The 68 is external while the 78 has it built into the alternator. There are websites that explain how to do this. The only other real issue is the coil. The HEI needs more voltage than the small wire running to the external type coil of a 68.
Fixing the horn on this car will depend on what cause it to no longer work. The fuse may need to be replaced, the wiring, or it may be the clock spring.Ê
I'm sure you can. You would be better off with a 455 Pontiac. You can bore and stroke it to 468ci.
Under the dash above the break pedal. Look above your horn relay and it is a round relay, that is your flasher.
Pontiacs did not have "big" or "small" blocks. Your '68 could have come with a 350 or a 400 cubic inch motor.
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replace the horn... they are simply a relay (of sorts) that vibrate and create your horn sound. more than likely, it has been corroded (rusted) since they are made out of cheap mild steel. it could also be clogged and jammed full of road salt and debris. the quickest, cleanest, and simplest way of fixing your problem is to reaplace the horn. they are no more than $20 from your local auto parts store or WalMart.
Now cough up the cash, lady, i don't work for free.