sounds like a motor mount is broken or a transmition mount. have those checked.
have your transmission checked. from experience and from your repairs it might be your tranny. jr
I have the exact same problem as u in my 87 firebird i dont know what to do
Have you checked your points and condensor?
Turn signals just quit working- have replaced flasher- checked all bulbs and fuses, checked all obvious wires, cleaned grounds, replaced the turn signal switch (that was an adventure). At a loss- any help out there? Hazards work fine- all other lights work fine- turn signals dead
A problem with the fuel system. I'm assuming the fuel pump or carburetor/fuel injectors. I had a 1987 Pontiac Firebird that would sputter for a few seconds when you pressed on the gas pedal. Never got it checked though but I assume that would be the problem.
oil pump may need to be replaced or it may not be reading right when you hit the gas it should go slighty over 60 psi my advice get it checked out asap
I would have the ignition module checked .
Have u checked the undeerside of the reinforcement bar on the front end
I found the answer on another site, went out and checked our 1999 'bird. you don't have to jack up the car to find it, but will to change it. it is under the car on the drivers side, just about at the end of the door frame. It is about 7" from the outside of the car frame. Feel along and you will find it. It is an inline filter.
Have you checked the pump to make sure its not leaking? My brothers had a bad hose and the fluid was spraying out in the trunk and running under the carpet. The top would go down but not up because of the hose that burst open. Hope this helps!
Hello, I have a 1997 Firebird V-6. It is right on top. Just remove the serpentine belt from the alternator, unplug the electrical connection on the back of the alternator, remove the mounting bolts and install the new alternator. I have not replaced one in my bird yet, but I checked the Hanes manual and it is the same. I am not a professional mechanic, but I have replaced a few in my lifetime. Good luck. John
Have you checked the power steering pressure line?
One could buy a Pontiac Solstice 2006 from a local Pontiac dealer. One could also buy one via eBay or at auction. As with any used car, it is important to get the car's record checked for accidents and theft.
You probably have a misfire; Have it checked for codes. Most likely you need a tune up.
It can if it isn't delivering enough fuel to the engine. More than likely you need to have your timing checked.
Check fusable links
Could be computer related. But alot of time the shifter Solonide goes on them. Get it checked out for that.
Have you checked the timing? It could be that or something else wrong with the ignition system.
You probably have a gas leak, Have it checked out NOW before it catches on fire.
last time I checked = 1-2-3-4-5-6...no kidding
Horn relay Switches at steering wheel
It can be the relay or fuse or the motor itself. It needs to be checked out by a knowledgeable person.
Pontiac does not make a transmission dipstick, unless the newer ones have them. Actually, the early models did. My '96 had one. Later models did not. The trans fluid is checked via a plug in the side of the trans-axle.
There is an electrical failure in the trans and will have to be checked out by a good trans shop. GoodluckJoe