It's the 4L60-E electronically controlled transmission. The engine PCM controls engine and transmission
Depends on what engine (V6? V8?), transmission, gearing, etc...
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.
The cool water hitting your piping hot exhaust makes the metal contract (Shrink) and it makes a ticking noise.
it is a manual transmission
Depends on which engine/transmission it has installed which you failed to list.
passengers side of the engine towards the the bottom it mounts to the transmission bellhousing
No that's usually no engine oil but having no trans oil will decrease your power
There was no 5.2 liter engine in a 1995 Firebird
Well if its sort of like a scratchy noise coming from the engine you might want to get your transmission checked out
Any size SBC engine will fit and is compatible with a 91 Firebird. A 350 engine is the most common that is used for installing in a 91 Firebird.
NO! the Montana is a front wheel drive minivan and the firebird is a rear wheel drive, even if they were both rear wheel drive for some reason, the firebird engine would shred the wimpy minivan trans and it would be just wrong to put a minivan trans in a firebird.
either 170hp or 200-230hp depending on transmission and exuast choices.
Some Pontiacs came from the factory with Chevy engines. If this is the case on your 79 firebird, then the transmission will bolt up to a 350 Chevy. If the car came with a Pontiac engine, then the bolt pattern is different and would not bolt up.
Where is th ticking coming from?? The engine, the tires, the trunk????
The fuel injectors make the ticking noise you hear at startup, especially when the engine is cold (colder temperatures).
The starter is located between the engine and transmission on the passenger side just above the exhuast pipe next to the oil pan.
Can a v.8 5.7l 350 engine fit into a 1994 Pontiac firebird?
Yes you can but you must first make a few modifications. You will have to make sure that you have the computer and wiring from the v8, motor mounts in some cases, might as well get the transmission. From there you will have different things going on for different years. You may not even have to do anything I said depending on what specific year the car and the engine are.
Try to locate the ticking noise. Is it the engine? Is it ticking when you are driving? When you are sitting still? It could be as simple as a stone stuck in yoru tire, everytime it hits the road it ticks. it could be a lifter in the engine. Try to be more specific as to where and when the ticking happens.
only a Buick, olds or Pontiac engine will bolt to a Pontiac tranny as Chevy blocks have a different bolt pattern.
ticking sound in engine is usually not caused by a timing belt ticking is usually caused by worn cam shaft or clifters most cars now have hydraulic lifters. if oil is low it will cause ticking. if a lifter is worn it will cause ticking these should have been ckecked for wear when replacing timing belt
The check engine light is not related to the oil or the transmission fluid systems. It is related to fuel control, computer, emmissions control systems. The faint ticking you hear may just be the normal noise coming from the fuel injectors. All fuel injectors make some kind of ticking noise while they operate. I would say, if the check engine light has anything to do with the services performed, it would almost have to be a simple connector that may have been unplugged to move a wire out of the way, and then forgotten. Otherwise, I believe it would have to be a coincidence. Even if the ticking noise is a lifter in te engine, that still would not cause a check engine, and would not be the fault of someone changing the oil, as long as the oil is full.
Yes it will fit, They are exactly the same body style