What parts??? Body, engine, suspension???
The 2000 Pontiac Firebird starter can be found on the right hand side of the engine. The starter will be near the back of the engine.
That is a very broad question. More information would have to be given. Year model. engine size, ac...
Can a v.8 5.7l 350 engine fit into a 1994 Pontiac firebird?
if it is a Pontiac engine it will take 5 quarts, 6 quarts with a filter change.
the two bolts, one on each side of the egr valve.
All 1993 Pontiac Trans Ams were made with the LT1 engine.
Chevy 350 LT1
About 4 and a half quarts
Depends on which engine you have, but on either engine it should not take more than 4 hours for someone familar with the proceedure.
Bank 1 is the drivers side of your 5.7 liter V8 engine in a Pontiac Firebird
It is a Pontiac Firebird Third Generation produced from 1982 - 1992.
The firing order for the 1993 Pontiac Firebird is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. This is for the 5.7 Liter V8 engine.
Something is wrong with the emissions system.
Sure. The Firebird and TA are about the same car. It's mostly all cosmetics and a bigger engine. Just change all the "stuff".
I have a 1990 Pontiac firebird, and the gap on that, I believe is .035. If you still have the sticker under your hood with the engine size, it says it right on there.
The 99 Pontiac Bonneville, Firebird and Grand Prix came with the 3.8 engine. The Sunfire came with the 2.2 or the 2.4. The Montana came with the 3.4. The Grand Am came with the 2.4 or the 3.4. The Firebird Trans Am and the Firebird Formula, the 5.7. Only the Grand Prix SE came with the 3.1.
The 1989 Pontiac Firebird oil sending unit is located on the bottom of the engine. You will need to remove the oil pan in order to access the oil sending unit.
Depends on what engine (V6? V8?), transmission, gearing, etc...
Probably one with a factory 2.5L I4 engine since hardly anyone ever bought one with that engine
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.
sure, you might just have to change the motor mounts if your going from a 6 cyl. to a V8 and of course you will have to change the computer and wiring to the engine.