Pontiac Firebird

What rear does a 95 3.4 v6 firebird have?


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2011-03-02 01:33:09
2011-03-02 01:33:09

According to Haynes the 1995 has a hypoid, semi-floating type and some have the optional locking limited-slip axle. The identification and manufacturers codes are stamped on the right rear axle tube on the front side.


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