try getting a chiltons repair manual for your car at the library.
I had the same problem with my 98 firebird. Took it to good auto repair shop and they fixed them with no problem. Not cheap but not that expensive. Can't remember the explanation of why they did this.
The firing order for the 2002 Pontiac Firebird 3.8 liter FI OHV 6-cylinder is 165432. You can view a diagram of the firing order on the AutoZone website. Select your make and model, and click on Repair Help.
Repair the alternator to battery connections or replace the battery.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00
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There ain't no 2003 Pontiac Firbird repair manuals available yet. What happened to your owner manual? If you own a 2003 Firbird you can afford to go get the oil changed at Quik Copy. Make sure you watch and learn where the plug and filter is located. It's a cheap learning lesson. There's no such thing as a 2003 Firebird! They were last made in 2002. As for the location of the drain plug and filter, you can probably find it in an online manual. Just do a web search for 2002 Pontiac Firebird Owner's Manual. If it's not in there, join a Firebird discussion group/message board like Firebird Nation or something.
Depends entirely on what is wrong with it.
I'm having the same problems. my 94' Firebird is a 3.4l v6 and varies on the range of RPM's when you put it in park or neutral. i took it to a local repair shop and they said it could be a broken computer chip. or simple as restoring the defaults on the computer chip
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.
how do you repair an inner tie rod for a 96 Pontiac sunfire no repair,replace with new.