You will see it screwed right in there in the top of the tranny with 2 wires coming off. It's a pretty large sensor so it's fairly obvious. Just run into any AdvanceAuto Parts store and check out the Haynes manual for a Fiero. It's in there. You should a manual already if you own a Fiero or you should get one! ;-)
http://home.xnet.com/~paulv/MajorSpecs.htm Fiero Specs!!! 87 GT 2,708 pounds.
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
its usually on the transmission but im not entirely sure which sensor it is
1987 Pontiac Fiero2.8 liter V-6
it should be on the side of your tranny towards the tail end
I believe all were hydraulic.....
You probably have a cracked EGR tube The Fiero Store has replacements Google them
it sits on the intake manifold on the right side looking at the car from the rear..its a black plastic looking box, attached directly to the intake.
In the passenger cabin, under the dashboard on the passenger side.
On 87 and 88 s10 the speed sensor or vss is under the dash atached to a bracket it is a blue box about 3 inches square. It is not on the tail shaft or t-case on a 4x4
It is behind the drivers head back wall by door opening
Physically, yes. GM's drivetrain are highly swapable. But there can be lots of differences. I'm assuming you are pulling "x" tranny out of an 84 to put in a 87 that had "x" tranny. Not pulling an "x" tranny out of an 84 to put in an 87 that had a "y" tranny. The devil's in the details. Flywheels might not be the same. Most auto part places have the info and will glad to help.
Kevin Boss speed 91 Vernon Davis speed 90 greg olsen speed 87 Dallas Clark speed 87
I know that a 87 fiero gt has a .045 gap. It should but on the under side of the engine compartment hood on a little sticker. Good luck. The 2.5L Iron Duke has a gap rating of .060
one manual that Ive got says 10.3 gallons and one that says 12 gallons.
Yes, it has an oil pan. 85-early 87 pans are all the same. mid 87 - 88 pans are different. Timing covers and front engine mount brackets changed when the pans changed as well.
Left exhaust manifold.
the 2.8L V6 will have 150 HP & 170 lb/ft TQ The 2.5 L4 will have about 105HP & 120 lb/ft TQ
if its slipping it may be going out or just needs a full trany service. you can get all the stuff at napa
on the harmonic balancer in the front of the motor it's a little window sensor
General consensus is that the actual reading is less important than it has continuity and is not shorted to the housing. If you have a meter that will measure Hertz at 40 to 45 mph it should produce 60 hertz just like a North American wall outlet in the house.
It's a verbose description of a speed of 87 kph, or about 54.1 mph. (rounded)
I have had a similar problem in the past, and found it to be the TPS ( throttle position sensor)
The average slapshot speed in the NHL is approximately 87 mph.