Check with the salvage yards, they will be able to help you. Or, you might want to check out the Firebird Clubs on the net.
Got o or call your nearest auto junk lot and ask them to search for it -- they will find one for you!
Firebirds (and therefore Trans Am's) DO NOT have grills from 1982 and up. They did before that, so maybe you can clarify your question.
It is important to have the ability to open the hood of a vehicle. The Hood latch is at the front of the van, above the grill, directly below the middle of the hood.Ê
No, they're 2 different hood designs
this is for 84+ trans am/firebird/camaro $1500- barely running or really really good deal $2500- solid running car $3500- strong running w/ decent body and interior if you can go above that you will be able to find a 350 firebird/camaro or one with an engine swap.
15% of 84 = 84*15 / 100 = 12.6
592704 is the cube of 84. You can find the cube of any number by multiplying the number three times that is - 84 x 84 x 84.
Multiply .10 times 84 which is 8.4.
84/14 = 6
22 x 3 x 7 = 84
Use a factor tree. 84 42,2 21,2,2 7,3,2,2
Divide it by 4 and so 1/4 of 84 is 21
its goes to the smog pump which pumps oxygen into the cat to help the burning process and increase the cats life
there is a primary hood release lever in the driver's side kick panel and a secondary release accessed through the star on the front grill. First release the hood from the lever inside the car and then reach through the driver's side of the hood star to release the secondary latch
10% of 84 dollars = 8 dollars 40 cents
It would be in a shop manual from DISCOUNTAUTOREPAIRMANUALS.COM or I would look for a like car on a used car lot and see how it is run.
You can find the 1984 Ford voltage regulator on the inside front quarter panel. The voltage regulator will be on the drivers side quarter panel.
The factors of 84 are 1,2,3,4,6,7,12,14,21,28,42 and 84. To find a greatest common factor, you need to compare them to another number's factors.
84/5 = 16.8 meters
Its above the x-1 button in blue. Below the MATH button.
The LCM is: 84
It is: 2
Can't find transmission dip stick for a 84 custom 2 Chevy