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What is the stock horsepower of a 1985 Pontiac Fiero?


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what is the smog and vaccum diagram for the 87 Pontiac fiero 2.5L 4 cylinder

what is the smog and vaccum diagram for the 87 Pontiac fiero 2.5L 4 cylinder

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Stock 140 HP , 170 lbs of Torque

The 2.8 V-6 engine was first used in the Fiero in the 1985 GT. It was called a 2.8H.O. engine and had 140 HP. It was the same in 1986. However, the same engine was used in other GM cars but had 130HP. In 1988 Fiero horsepower was reduced to 135. how ever they say 140 HP but dyno tests proove that the 86 fiero gt has 200 HP

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A 1985 Fiero Base coupe, or an SE Coupe that is nicknamed "2M4" (2 Seats, Mid-Engine, 4-Cylinder), has a 2.5-liter Iron Duke 4-Cylinder engine that produces up to 100 Horsepower, and a GT Coupe or an SE Coupe that is nicknamed "2M6", with the 6 as 6-Cylinder, has a 2.8-liter High-Output V6 engine that produces up to 140 Horsepower.

The automatic has one for the lock up torque converter

IN MY 1985 Pontiac Fiero some purple feed the computer sensors and some green feed the marker and tail lights.YOUR CAR WILL BE DIFFERENT!Unless its a Pontiac Fiero

on my 85 fiero gt the light down by the pedals stayed on all the time, so we just took it out

The Fiero series during mainstream production never had powersteering. If it had continued one more year it would have, it was on the prototype

V6 firing order 123456 Yes in order. 4cyl 1324

The fuel filter is mounted in line on the fire wall just forward of the exhaust system

1-2-3-4-5-6 Distributor rotates clockwise.

15 mm socket, but I think they are 3/8 national coarse thread.

85 350? didnt think they made them until 2k

There is no neutral safety switch on a 85 fiero with a manual transmission. There is a clutch pedal switch under the dash. The car will start in any gear, as long as the clutch pedal is depressed.

On the firewall, directly behind the driver. There are two there. One of them is for the fuel pump.

Button on your dash, or the key that opens your door. If those don't work you're gonna have to start breaking stuff.

From 1976 to 1992, the GM 5.0L held 215 horsepower. from 1993 to 1998 when the 5.0L was cut from the market they were running 230 horsepower stock.

Yes It would be esiest if yu has a 1985 V6 Fiero car to get parts off This will require a replacement computer and a bunch of custom wiring and shifter work to get running otherwise. Good Luck

Between 1985 and 1993 it had 190 horsepower. 1994 had 210 then it went back down to 195 in the following years.

the ignition system would be a HEI or high energy ignition with a distributor cap and rotor. this would refer to the 2.8 liter v6

The adjustments are pretty obvious on the the top of the transmission under the air intake and exhaust plumbing.

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