The standard cylinder numbering system applies to your engine: The cylinder closest to the front of the engine (the pulley side) is cylinder #1, the next closest is #2, and so on. For example, on your vehicle, #1 is the cylinder closest to the rear of the car on the passenger side, because the rear head is offset more toward the front of the engine.
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
Yes, sort of, The clutch is different.
Fiero.nl then go to the mall section
There is no Carburetor, this is a fuel injected engine
Pontiac Fiero was created in 1984.
An oil pump Or do you mean the type?
How do you replace the alternator on a 1988 Pontiac Fiero
The firing order is 1-3-4-2
I have owned two four cylinder Fieros, currently own an '86 GT and a '88 Formula and they have all been exactly the same rate to insure. Most insurance companies, because the Fiero is so old, will simply give you a rate based on it being a Fiero and not typically look at colors or engine options. Source: Fiero owner for ten years.
what is the fuel pressure on a 1987 fiero gt
Left passenger side standing in the front of vehicle.
The Automatic was generally known as the THM125 The manual was built by Getrag
There is someone with a Olds 455 in his Fiero, but he had to remove the trunk.
i think you have to open the cap on top of the engine block and drop the thermstat in there.
there were only fire problems in the 1984 4cyl fieros, not any of the later years
Suzuki and TVs are motorcycles Pontiac Fiero is a very rare collectors sports car.
no such thing as a 1984 GT Fiero
Fieros came with 2 differnent stock motors, a 2.5 liter 4 cylinder, and a 2.8 liter v6
I have a 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT and the shift pattern is: 1 3 5 2 4 R
The 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT, was priced at $12,875-$12,999 which was nearly $4,000 more than the base model.
An individual can find the tech specifications on the motor used in the Pontiac Fiero in the manual that came with the vehicle or on the Pontiac web site. There are also many auto repair manuals that can be purchased or perused at an auto parts supply store that will also have the information on the motor used in the Pontiac Fiero.
Yes. The final year of Fiero production ( 1988 ) had power steering.
Try the Fiero Stor online for this
Yep, they built a bunch of those
between motor and catalytic