you pull out the radio and dash cluster and you will have full access to the ignition just turn it over and un clip the wires
I presume you are talking about a flasher. Look for it on the left side of the stering column under the dash in the wiring harness and simply unplug it and plug the new one in.
The trans and engine computers are under the air box and battery. The body is at the passenger side end of the dash panel.The trans and engine computers are under the air box and battery. The body is at the passenger side end of the dash panel.
it is connected to the back of the push button panel. you have to remove the portion of the dash that the push buttons are in to access the amp. there are 2 screws, one each on either side of the steering column. pop off the black plastic bezels, and pop off the dash lite rheostat. underneath are the screws. then, gently pry off the dash part. i start at the glovebox. you will then have to disconnect the wiring harness' to the a/c amplifier. all the controls/amp are then accessible from the back
yes, you will have to remove all the plastics from the 94 and put them into the 92, as well as the wiring.
The factory wiring harness for the trailers will plug in under the back of the vehicle in the area of the spare tire, the harness plugs into the wiring harness for the tail lights.
It is possible, but there is a large difference in the dash/wiring/etc. Besides the dash, the wirhing harness for the dash as well as the harness for the motor and the radio harness will need to be changed.
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No you have to disconnect the wiring under the dash.
Under the hood, under the dash, in the doors, under the seats, and in the trunk. The wiring harness connects all the electrical components in the car.
I have the problem (i think) in my 1993 Pontiac Firebird Trans AM.
in the motorrom you find some- the rest is under the center dash or in the lower right side of the dash
Under the dash on the driver side. Follow the wiring harness back from the fuse box. It's about six inches back and is taped on to the wiring harness.
Definitely not an easy task. You would have to remove the whole dash, the ECU/TCU is located in the center bottom of the dash. Once the dash is removed the wiring harness is under the rubber material, then you would have to feed it through the firewall and on the other side (engine bay) disconnect the harness from the various engine components.
There are multiple Firebird, T/A parts places available online that will carry your dash board.
under the left foot rest bracket on the driver side under the dash