The fuse box should be on the driver side firewall under the dash.
you should be able to unbolt the motor from the firewall on the passenger side of the car
The tach should connect to the distributor.
You should ask a more specific question. The drive-train includes everything from the engine to the wheel hubs.
Depending on what body parts you are needing, the 70-72 should fit. This would include the GTO and the LeMans.
Generally you use your hands, but if you have no hands you should ask someone to assist you. If you can not speak well you're pretty much screwed.
There isn't a "cam sensor", because the car has a distributor. So the ignition module attached to the side of the distributor connects to a hall effect sensor that is in the distributor under the circular slotted vanes attached to the distributor shaft. There is a four pointed star-looking piece in the distributor that should be firmly fixed to the shaft. If that piece is loose, that may be your problem (you'll need to buy a new dist). The sensor itself rarely fails.
On the distributor shaft, there is a painted mark, aline this with the two holes in the distributor shaft, located just below the gear. Mark the outside of the distributor where the rotor is pointed. On the inside of the distributor, you will find two cast marks, one stamped with an 8 and the other with a 6. For V-8's rotate the rotor until it is aligned with the 8. Now mark this location on the outside of the distributor. They should be about 45 degrees apart. The first mark is the direction the rotor should be pointing when you begin to install the distributor. When the distributor is fully seated, the rotor should be pointed to the 8 and the second mark. Snug the distributor into place and place the distributor cap on and tighten the screws for the cap. The plug wire post should be perpendicular to the center line of the engine.
Try replacing the gauge cluster. 93' LeMans should cost you $15-20 at a wrecking yard.
you should be able to find a shop manual at the local library with the right information on this -- make copies of the pages, as they are usually for REFERENCE only...:)
Just about to fire no 1 w/engine at TDC on compression stroke
there is no distributor on a 1994 firebird v6. It is a DIS and uses coil packs. there will be 3 coil packs and it should be listed on them which cylinder iteach coil goes to.
The distributor position will have to be set by turning the engine to TDC and then make sure that the rotor button is pointed to #1 on the distributor cap. This should be indicated by a 1 stamped on top of the cap. As for the firing order, it should be 1-3-4-2 but it will be stamped on the intake manifold for verification.
The 326 thru 455 Pontiac engine has the same external dimensions. You should be able to swap your original A/C brackets from the original engine to the 455. It won't take any body mods at all.
The starter is close to the firewall in the back of the engine. So if you have the hood open and you are facing the engine, it is straight ahed in the middle and about half way down in the back of the engine. It should be a bosch unit.
Look under the car. Right behind the crank pulley is the oil pump. To the left of the pulley the switch should be screwed into the pump. May need a special socket to get it out.
How long should it approximately work a car distributor?
It is most likely located on the top of the fuel tank (it's an electric pump). There should be an access plate inside the vehicle located on the floor board under the back seat, otherwise you will need to drop the fuel tank to get at it.
My recollection is that there are four little holes; two at the right side and two at the left side. You need to stick a suitable sized wire into the holes and that will unlatch some metal prongs that hold the stereo in place. Then it should pull out.
Unless it has been modified, the engine should be equipped with throttle body injection.
The timing configuration on the lemans is on the V shaped grooves that are on the housing on the engine side and on the sprokets themselves. line them up exactly and it should be fine, I found that looking downward onto the housing while turning the sproket works best, by the way the water pump tends to move the belt when you are setting it back into place so compensate by moving the sproket in the opposite direction.
Technically, yes. I believe '68-'72 will be very close. But there are always small differences. They are both A-body cars and use the same frame. Most salvage yards will have an interchange guide that should be able to help also.
The rotor inside the distributor should be pointing at the #1 spark plug.
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