A 1970 Pontiac Service Manual will have this info in it. You can find them on Ebay or one of the literature places on the web.
I restored a 1970 Pontiac Tempest about 15 years ago. I purchased a book that contains very detailed diagrams of every aspect of the car. If you're still looking for a wiring diagram, I can try to dig out this book and find it. (There's no date on this question, so I'm not sure how long ago it was asked)
Everything should bolt right up.
If it is a Pontiac 350, any hei distributor out of any size Pontiac motor up to 1979 will work.
A trim package offered in the 1970-1981 firebirds. Was one level up from the base firebird, offered a delux interior, ect. Was not a performance option.
The 0-60 time for a stock(455 CU-IN) 67 Firebird is 5.5 seconds No such thing as a stock 455 67 Firebird. 455 wasn't built until 1970.
The wiring diagram for a wiper motor of this car can be found in its maintenance manual. The manual can be purchased at an auto part store.
It's in the Bentley manual for Type 1 1970-1979.
Go to the library and get a Chilton's Repair Manual for your year Plymouth.
try the local library and get a chiltons repair manual for your car.
it looks like a road map
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.
There are generally considered to be four generations. The first generations is from 1967-1969. The second generation is from 1970-1981. The third generation is from 1982-1992. The fourth generation is from 1993-2002.
www.chiltondiy.com and purchase for $19.95 the entire manual, with access for one year.
There is some aftermarket companies making a bandit and a 1970 look alike. Then there is also this below. Please refer to the related links.
Under the dash of passenger side unbolts from bottom of ducting. (squirrel cage fan) No, wrong answer, the heater fan motor on all second generation f-body cars (1970-1981 camaro, firebird, trans am) is found in the right side fender, with a/c or not.
The man most credited with it is Pontiac engineer Herb Adams. He had been head of development team on the PFST (Pontiac Firebird Sprint Turismo) in 1967-68. The special suspension parts developed for the PFST were used on the first Trans Am in 1969. Adams was head of special projects for Pontiac until the mid 1970's and raced Firebirds (and later his own renditions the "Fire-Am" and "Silverbird") in SCCA competition for several years.
any V8 is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 and the distriburetor rotates counter-clockwise.
One place to get parts for a 1970 Pontiac Grand Prix is at the website Stock Interiors.
Yes...it absolutely will. In fact, you can change them all from 1970-1981 if you have all the parts from the front end to do it.
Shop manuals are less than $10 on eBay. You'll find all wiring diagrams for mid 1970's - 1982 express NC50 1 and 2. I picked one up on CD and printed it out. Very helpful.
During the 1970's, the Ford Mustang counterparts were the Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger, Pontiac Firebird, Plymouth Road Runner, American Motors AMX, Oldsmobile 442, Buick Skylark GS, and other more powerful muscle cars.
Haynes Repair Manual. In the back on page 12-27. You can then make some copies and color it to help you find your way around.
There are many places one can go to to purchase a Pontiac 1970 GTO. The best place would be your local Pontiac dealership to help locate you one. You can also try AutoTrader.
Weight on my Pontiac LeMans Sport registration is 3800