A mechanic, that's who.
remove the entire dashboard.
about 2 hours
HOW DO YOU GET THE LEFT TURN SIGNAL BULB OUT ON A 2000 PONTAIC FIREBIRD
You can replace the ignition lock cylinder in your 1994 Pontiac Firebird without removing the steering will. Remove the retaining ring at the top of the ignition cylinder. The ignition cylinder will slide out.
control module~! i had that problem i replace it and it runs like a dream!
The EGR Valve on a 1999 Pontiac Firebird is located just to the left of the engine oil dipstick. There's nothing in the way so it's pretty easy to get to and replace. Hope this helps! -Erin
This site has a step by step guide for an older Firebird, but it is identical to what you need for a 2001. http://shbox.com/page/windowmotor.html
yes but you will have to replace the computer with one from a v-8 car
drop the tank and take the old pump out then put the new one in
Yes, they are direct bolt in
If it's a Pontiac 350......and it should be, it is a direct swap. You don't need to change ANYTHING. Pull the 350 out and put the 455 in.
raise the hatch pull down on the carpet, determine which light is out and twist to come out, you dont replace from the outside of the car!!!
Everything should bolt right up.
i changed the one in my 87 firebird formula and i had to cut the filler neck in half then connected it back with a peice of hose if you don't want to do that i think you have to drop the rear end
Repair the alternator to battery connections or replace the battery.
Take the top radiator hose loose from the top of the engine. The thermostat is under there. just pry it off with a screwdriver.
inside of hatch on back wall separate carpet back a lil then theres black wing nuts on the tail lights remove them all and replace install is opp of teardown
take apart the thermostat housing and pop it out be sure and replace the gasket too. There should be two bolts holding it together.
factory recommendation is to cut a hole in the inner fender well to access/replace it.
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
There are a hundred answers for that question on here. However, the easiest way is to remove the passenger side fender to gain access.
Replace Fuse Replace socket Replace element
Drop transmission oil pan- filter is held on by 2 short bolts - make sure you replace the "O" ring in the filter Clean pan Replace pan gasket
Remove the wiring from the top of the EGR then unbolt it at the bottom of the EGR system. You may need to replace the gasket after replacing the EGR itself