Hey Fred==You probably have carb problems. Have a good mechanic overhaul it for you. GoodluckJoe
305 horsepower or 325 with Ram Air.
stock 285 ram air stock 305 bhp
That was a real low horsepower engine in that model so I think you can get away with regular in it.
150 with the LG4 motor and 190 with the L69 motor. Both are 5.0 liter V8 305 ci. engines.
The 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am engine oil capacity is five quarts. The 305, 350, and the 454 cubic inch motors all had the same motor oil capacity.
there is a safety switch on the clutch, it should be on the inside of the car that the pedal has to activate so the car will start, apparently that switch is bad.
The 1984 model of Firebirds did not come with a 5.7 (350) engine. there was a 5.0 305 H.O. in the Trans Am and a standard output 5.0..
I believe it was 195 horse in the trans am.
The 1997 Trans Ams have 285 horsepower. The WS6 models had 305.
The 305 & 350 blocks are the same, just different bore/stroke. Bell housing on transmission should fit both blocks.
Replace the fuel filter, and check the fuel pump for proper operation.
The 97 Trans Am does 285 hp, Ram Air (WS6) models had 305 hp
NO they are not the same.
That would be the 4L60E automatic transmission. The 3/4 Tons used the 4L80E trans.
It is advertised that the ls1 trans am gets 305 horsepower but it really gets 345 horsepower, GM didnt want the trans am competing with the corvette
Probably a turbo 350 trans. This is a three speed trans. The way for you to check is to look at the trans pan. look up a picture of a turbo 350 trans and compare it to your trans pan.
As posted on The Vehicle Emmission Control Sticker located in front of the fan shroud under the hood the spark plug gap for a 1981 4.9 liter (305 c.i.d.) is 0.060
Yes, You can put a manual shift valve body in it.
Depends on the engine. Two were available, Both were 305 cubic inch small block Chevy V8s. The standard LG4 was 160hp @ 4300rpm The optional "305HO" L69 was 190hpp @ 4800rpm
No, it does not have one.
305 cubic inch High Output, 5 liter
Right behind the distributor.
305 at the crank for camaro and trans am and 345 for the corvette
It could be a sticking float or a worn needle/seat valve.
Be very careful NOT to put trans fluid in an engine ! - It goes down the tube that holds trans dipstick, into the transmission.