Look on the timing belt cover you will see a notch on the top, this is where you line the camshaft pully mark. Now, on the crank pully you will find another notch on the pully it's self. Now at the 1 o'clock posistion on the timing cover above the crank pully you will find a little plastic "tit" about 1/2" long, line the crank pully with this and install the belt.
Note: on my car this bottom notice was actually right on one of arms mounting the starter. its still in the 1 oclock posistion but wasnt on the plastic cover.
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The firing order for a 1969 Pontiac Lemans 350 is: 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 Additional info FYI: Ignition timing: 9 degrees BTDC #1 cyl location: LEFT FRONT Distributor rotation: COUNTER CLOCKWISE
no their not front wheel drive you must be thinking of a Pontiac grand am or a grand prix
The Pontiac grand prix became front wheel drive in 1988-present. Before '88 it was rear wheel drive.
yes the sunbird is front wheel drive
Yes , a 1995 Pontiac Sunfire is a front wheel drive vehicle
It'sd in the front. Activate it and listen for where the noise comes from. Also, consider asking this question again, but use Toyota Corolla instead of Pontiac Lemans.
Front of engine (behind serpentine belt).
18436572..........counter clockwise. Driver side bank front to rear 1357 PS..2468
No, front wheel drive
It is FWD.
A 2001 Pontiac Firebird is a rear wheel drive vehicle
The 2000 Pontiac Firebird is rear wheel drive
Might just need a front end alignment or maybe balance and rotate your tires.
Need to know cause its snow outside
Yes, as are all the Sunfires.
The timing chain is on the front of the engine. Your drive belt tensioner pulley is bolted into the timing chain housing.
it has a timing chain, which should be towards the bottom of the engine, and it has a drive belt, which is external and in the front.
All Pontiac Bonnevilles from '88 on up are front wheel drive, including the '04 & '05 GXPs.
behind timing cover on front of engine if its a 2.0 ltr ohc