I'm sure there is a fuse somewhere, but the electrical connections for the rear defog are made thru the struts that hold the rear hatch open. this is why if you buy new struts for that car they will ask you does it have rear defog. the struts you need must have an electrical connecter at the forward end with a wire attached to each strut. go look.
It is listed in the 1991 Pontiac Firebird Operations Manual
What parts??? Body, engine, suspension???
I calc'ed my '91 V8 Formula Firebird to be about 18 mpg.
i know the backs are 6x9
A firebird can't "have" third gen. It either is or is not a third generation firebird, and Yes, a 1991 is a third generation.
underneath the drivers door
I know mine is on the drivers side there is a door in the kick panel
I use 10W-30
I have a 1990 Pontiac firebird, and the gap on that, I believe is .035. If you still have the sticker under your hood with the engine size, it says it right on there.
A wiring diagram, for a 1991 Pontiac Firebird, can be obtained from most General Motors dealerships. The wiring diagram can also be found at most auto-parts stores.
10w30 motor oil should work nice
Inside the alternator.
It's under the car in the middle in front of the fuel tank
you need a new alternator.
I think you can find that out on googles Ilooked it up once
Any hood from an 82 to a 92 firebird,formula or trams am
Roughly 4.5 quarts with a filter change.
Mine was a red with black interior...you can usually find a local shop that has all the colors Pontiac had that year in a book
Because when you change the ignition in a firebird you have to use the same key and key lock that was on the original column. If you don
check the transmission mount for being bad.
timing is 10 degree before TDC
I'm new to this site and not sure of the system yet. Is there anyone there?
On my 1991 Firebird 305 TBI the computer shuts down acceleration after 110 mph. I would assume it is probably the same for a 1994.
check under the driver's side, on the fuel line, somewhere near the tank.
The VATS resistor on your key may be bad, or inside your steering column.