bolt pattern for 1979 Pontiac Bonneville
Anywhere from $7000-$10,000
i have a 1979 grand prix and my fuel filter is located in my carberator so that should be a good place to look.
301 302 305 350 400 455
Remove the bolts, remove offending fan and replace with new one
There is an idle adjustment at the carb. Look where the accelerator pulls the butterfly stop and you will see an adjustment screw.
A plain Jane Pontiac Firebird sold for $5,550 new in 1979.
The fuel filter for that model and year is found in the carburetor. Follow up the fuel line from the fuel pump and you will find a large nut fitting that the line threads into. Remove this and you will find a cartridge filter.
There are 2 fuel lines that need to be removed from the pump and 2 bolts. When putting it back on make sure the arm goes under the lobe, you will have to apply a little pressure to the pump to install it.
firing order for 1979 Pontiac 301 engine
1979 Pontiac Trans Am
Either a 301 (standard), or a 350 or 400 V8
Replace the PVC valve, and also check that the hose that the pcv plugs into has vacuum. If not, then remove the hose, clean or replace, and at that point, it will be necessary to remove the carburetor and clean out the circuits underneath- either the base plate, or bottom of the carburetor.
If it's equipped with a quadrajet, you probably need to unhook the fuel line going to the carb and remove the large hex fitting that screws into the carb. the filter is in that housing.
You can find a power window wiring diagram for your 1977 through 1979 Pontiac Trans Am in Pontiac service manuals. The service manuals can be found at most local libraries.
No...The Grand Prix is a G-body car and the Parisienne is a B-Body. Completely different.
Pntiac is a division of GM and made there own engines prior to 1979, Pontiac is actually going to be discontunied in 2012.
There isn't one.
Thought it was 31 1/2
It is part of the cruise control.