No. General Motors, or to be more specific, the Pontiac division of General Motors ceased production of the Pontiac Firebird model in 2002. The Pontiac division itself became defunct in 2010.
Pontiac, a division of General Motors
A 2002 Pontiac Firebird is manufactured by General Motors (GM). Vehicles manufactured by GM are not equipped with an inertia switch.
One can find a 1968 Pontiac Firebird mostly in car stores that sell used cars as these models are no longer being produced by the manufacturer, General Motors.
The gears in your headlight motor are actually grinding. My 2000 firebird did that. I just replaced the headlight motor. You can get replacement motors at pretty much any autopart store for around $50.00.
That is doubtful, since General Motors has stopped manufacturing Pontiacs altogether.
The Trans Am was a special type of Pontiac Firebird, which was invented by General Motors. The first Trans Am was made in 1969.
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.
If the motors run but lights do not come up you need to remove motors and the pull apart and put in small sections of hose these is detailed info on thirdgeneraton.com
In order to replace the electric window motors on a Pontiac Grand Prix you will need to unscrew the Torx screws on the door, life it back to remove the plastic pieces. Remove all connectors, and the plastic covers.
www.autozone.com has online manuals with schematics ..that will show for sure I think last time I looked they actually go straight to the switch on the dash
The Pontiac G6 GT is produced by Pontiac. Pontiac is owned by a much larger auto industry giant, General Motors. The vehicle was originally released in 2004 to replace the Grand Am.
1-2-3-4-5-6 the v-8 and 3800 motors have different firing orders
perhaps it's time for a new motor or the gear is worn, or fuse is bad. I would raise them manually and disconnect motors until you get it fixed.
There are three headlight relays that control the operation of the headlight motors. One controls the other two. If one headlight is not raising/lowering properly, the corresponding relay is located to the front of each fender. Thesehave part # 10041733 on them. If both are not functioning properly, the relay, Part # 10022620, is located on the backside of the radiator support, on the passenger side, just in front of the air cleaner on my 1986 305 tpi trans am. The old part # for this relay was 10038949.
If they are losing strenght, first try spraying silicone lube into the rubber weatherstrips where the window rides. A lot of times they become dry causing the windows to stick. If this does not help, unfurtunely you will have to replace the window motors. I have done many of these
The G6 Pontiac is a car produced by the manufacturer General Motors. General Motors are an American company and the G6 Pontiac was first manufactured in 2004.
The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was made by Pontiac, which is a division of General Motors. The first (1969), second (1970-1981), and third (1982-1992) generation cars were assembled at either the Van Nuys, California or Norwood, Ohio plants while the fourth generation (1993-2002) cars were assembled at the Sainte-Thérèse plant in Quebec, Canada.
The headlight motors are going out. Each headlight has a motor. If you need to replace one, it's best, (and cheapest), to do both of them.
try a stronger fuse, if that doesn't work then maybe your window motors are bad ?
Had the same issue, took the motors, cleaned the shafts and metal bearings, lubricated them, put fresh grease on the gears and re-installed them. Now they work just fine. Doesn't take much for those motors not to spin.
It means that it was built by the Pontiac division of General Motors.
when laying on you back looking at the regular fuse panel, on the other side of the steering column there is a box about 3"x3". unplug that box and the fuses are vertical above where that box was plugged in
The 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am engine oil capacity is five quarts. The 305, 350, and the 454 cubic inch motors all had the same motor oil capacity.