You can't. You need to replace the faulty and worn parts.
Most (not all) Fiero engines require the engine be removed from the car and the seal removed after that. The engines use a one piece seal in most engines. It is also possible to remove the transmission to do this, but either way you need to separate the engine and trans, pry out the old seal, and install new.
Yes, the injection system will not provide the correct mixture if the engine temp does not get to 150 degrees F
you don't need to raise the car off the engine cradle at all to change the clutch. i did the whole thing in my driveway
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You have a vaccum leak. You need to fix this now or your fiero will become junk. Most likely vaccum hoses are melted.
Your IAC valve next to the throttle body is likely stuck open. Remove it with a 1"1/4" socket, clean it and let it sit overnight, and then reinstall it. If it continues to stick open, it is defective and you will need to purchase a new one. The IAC, when it is stuck in the open position, causes the 2.8L Fiero V6 to feel like it has a sluggish idle. You should also be seeing problems periodically when you start it, such as the idle jumping up when it first runs, and then dropping below 1k RPMS.
You need to clairify your question. The transmission stays in high gear, or are you saying the locking torque converter stays locked up?
Engine comes out through the bottom, need to pull the cradle with it. If engine re & re is new to you I suggest you get a manual as it's too lengthy a procedure to type it out. A good bit of automotive knowledge is definitely an asset to be successful
in the back of a haynes repair manual for the 1984-1988 fiero .. it has every wiring diagram you need for the whole car including wire colors .. Crosby
Depends on what year trans am your talking about, need the year.
the fuel pumps on fiero's are in the fuel tank and I have never seen a shut off switch on them just a fuse in the fuse box under the dash
Better get Maaco.
since this can be changed you need to figure it out Remove #1 spark plug, bump over engine until compression is felt with thumb. Align timing marks. Put # lead into hole where rotor points.
You need to convert the AC system to R-134a type freon first (retrofit kit). Then you charge it on the low pressure side.
You need to replace the valve, which will require removing the head. While there, make sure that the valve seats are undamaged, and since it is apart, you are better off replacing all the valves, as well as the valve stem seals. Check the price of valves, as they can get expensive, but most of your cost will be labor.
All years of Fiero heater cores are the same, with the only difference being A/C equipped or non A/C equipped. Go to fierostore.com and you will find what you are looking for.
The lube is added on the upper side of the transmission under the car. The type lube it uses, is listed in your owners manual. I'd remove the VSS (speedometer) housing, and pour it in here. Be care and pull it straight up so you don't knock the gear off and into the tranny. There should be a oil full line on the housing. It uses 5W-30 motor oil.
Yes, you will need the Pontiac motor mounts, and the transmission for the Pontiac has a different bolt pattern than the chevy, so a Buick, Olds, Pontiac turbo 350 or 400 will be required if it is an automatic. If a manual transmission is used you will need the Pontiac specific flywheel and bellhousing. Pontiac also has the starter, battery, and fuel pump mounted on the opposite side from Chevy, so you will need to address these issues.Overall it is not that hard of a swap, the parts from a similar year Firebird all fit the Camaro, making it pretty much a bolt in.
what tools do i need to remove the wheel cylinder on a 1993 pontiac bonneville
open the front hood, on top of each light assy. there is a black knob, turn it in whichever direction you need to open or close. if you want them on automatic, try the relays first. there is one for each light & one main for both in front of drivers light.
Need to know which parts you need.