There was no 5.2 liter engine in a 1995 Firebird
1986 Pontiac Firebird 2.8 Liter Firing Order
Bank 1 is the drivers side of your 5.7 liter V8 engine in a Pontiac Firebird
is that a 4.3 liter or what
actually most 1980s firebird came out with a v6 2.8 liter or a 3.1 liter so they dont consume to much gas it would prly get around 23 miles to the gallon
200 horsepower from the factory
The 3.8 liter v6 engine is rated at 200hp and 225 torque, according to the manufacture.
Inside the alternator.
3800 series 2 3.8 liter 231 cubic inches
There is a super charged universal kit . There is also the regular turbo kit for the 3.1 liter firebird these can be bought from any good auto parts store.
The firing order for the 1993 Pontiac Firebird is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. This is for the 5.7 Liter V8 engine.
2bbl 301s had 130 hp, 4bbl 301 had 150
ha at the bottom corner. its on the driver side.
You can find the 1995 Pontiac Firebird 3.4 liter engine IAT sensor on the back of your engine. The IAT sensor will be a few inches above the transmission.
170 HP and 200lb torque 170 HP and 200lb torque
The 1991 Fiebird 3.1 Liter V-6 has 140 horsepower. For more information look at www.intellichoice.com; it ia a great site for info on your car.
I know there is one where you have to take out the transmission to get to it and one by the water pump. We had to take out the alternator to get to it.
3.4 qts of dexron iii according to mitchell on demand
it is a manual transmission
the ones on the right. cylinders below 5 6 3 4 1 2
"It holds .5 more liters than a 3.0 liter engine, therefore your car will go slower." qouted by Stephen Hawking.
7 to 10km per liter.. depends on the traffic and condition of the car
The firing order for the 2002 Pontiac Firebird 3.8 liter FI OHV 6-cylinder is 165432. You can view a diagram of the firing order on the AutoZone website. Select your make and model, and click on Repair Help.
yes you can but you'll have to redo wirharnees- ecu, and a couple other things. why would you want a slower motor?