inside the bell housing
it's inside the gas tank
the inside bulbs are the high beams.
The 1994 Pontiac Firebird horn relay switch can be found on the inside of the front quarter panel. The horn relay switch will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
From the inside. you have to unbolt heater box
It's inside the gas tank and you have to take the tank down to get to it.
Inside the alternator.
I have a 81 Z28 Camaro, my heater hoses were behind passenger side fender by firewall. I would say start there, you might want to take off passenger side fender to get to it easier. The heater core comes from inside the car under the glove box.
inside of hatch on back wall separate carpet back a lil then theres black wing nuts on the tail lights remove them all and replace install is opp of teardown
It's tough for an amateur. The heater core is inside behind the console.
Inside the kick Panel behind the emergency brake pedal.
Inside the carburetor and another under the driverside door along the frame rail.
Passenger side, near the firewall inside the car.
The VATS resistor on your key may be bad, or inside your steering column.
A 1997 Pontiac Firebird WS6 has the LT1 350 V8 inside. With the WS6 package, it was rated at 305HP. Without the WS6 package, it was rated at 285HP.
You can find the 1994 Pontiac Firebird window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
towards the center of the firewall on the inside of the car, you have to remove the entire dash to get to it
Take hoses off under the hood that go to the heater box, unbolt all the bolts on outside of heater housing and pull the housing off to get to the heater core. you have to take out the inside wheel well
You have a stripped gear inside the door.
heater core is shot. Take it to a shop, you don't want the headache involved in doing it yourself!
remove the four nuts in the engine bay on the heater box near where the heater core hoses enter. Drain coolant remove the hoses and pull the heater box out from the inside of the car. Remove clips holding heater core, than put your new one in.
Most of the time it is the sending unit inside the fuel tank. This is a single pump. sensor assembly. Drop the tank and replace the pump and sensor.
take hoses off it on the firewall and then unbolt all the bolts from the outside of the heater housing on the firewall and the inside heater case will now come down up under the dash, when you get it down you will see the heater core inside the case, pull it out and install new one and then reverse the disassembly process to put it back together.
You first have to take the passenger side (bottom) dashboard out. You then remove (approx) 3 bolts from the inside and (approx) 2 nuts from the motor side. The heater core is inside the heater box. When the box comes off, you then remove the heater core from the box - after removing about 6-8 screws. It is more difficult than it sounds.
you do it from the inside of the car, behind the dashboard