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The Pontiac Firebird is a 1967-2002 Pony Car released on February 23, 1967. The 1966-1967 Pontiac GTO inspired the Firebird's taillights, and for the 1969 model year, there was a two-door hardtop and convertible. The six-cylinder Sprint model was available with a four-piston carburetor and was rated at 215 hp, with most buyers opting for one of three V8 engines. The difference between the GTO and Pontiac Firebird engines was that the optional carburetor had a throttle body, which prevented the rear cylinders from opening fully while the traction control kept the carburetor at full power. For 1970 and 1971, all Firebird radios were equipped with windshield antennas and now had an exhaust pipe in the wing, which was only visible under the wing for one year. The interior also changed, with the luxury sedan receiving new seats, headrests no longer available, a rear-seat console was introduced as an option, and honeycomb wheels were available on all models. In 1973, Trans Am introduced two new colors, Buccaneer Red and Brewster Green, and other exterior improvements included an updated and more modern cage, such as the new bird on the hood was the "RPO WW7 hood decal." The standard interior of the 1973 model was the same as in previous years, with new interior options including new upholstery for the seats and door panels and meeting new safety and emissions requirements. Over its lifespan, it earned its place in automotive history as an iconic muscle car with its bold style, powerful engines, and exhilarating performance.

With prolonged use, Pontiac Firebird owners have commonly reported issues related to the suspension system and starting troubles, both resulting from the natural wear and tear of vehicle parts. Concerning suspension, symptoms include sluggish response, poor handling, and strange noises (rattling, clunking, squeaking) from the tire area, often indicating a need to replace components such as the sway bar bushing or link. Starting issues manifest as a whining noise from the fuel tank, hard starting or misfires, a decrease in power, acceleration and fuel efficiency, or total failure to start, typically pointing to a failing fuel pump. Additionally, given the windshield wiper blade's constant exposure to various weather conditions and debris, it can wear out quickly, requiring frequent replacement to ensure clear driving vision and quick response in unexpected situations.

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Pontiac Firebird Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to replace the Alternator Brush and Voltage Regulator in a Pontiac Firebird?
    A: Remove the alternator and mark the front and rear frames for reassembly. Take out the four bolts connecting the frames and separate them. Detach the stator from the rectifier bridge and remove the diode trio. Remove the brush holder and the voltage regulator. For installation, reverse the steps. When reinstalling the brush holder, press the brushes in, use a straightened paper clip to hold them, and only remove the clip once the frames are bolted together.
  • Q: How to remove and install an alternator in a Pontiac Firebird?
    A: Disconnect the cable from the negative battery terminal. Caution: On models equipped with a Delco Loe II audio system, disable the anti-theft feature before disconnecting the battery. Remove the alternator drivebelt. If necessary, remove the bolt retaining the heater hose clamp and the negative battery cable from the alternator adjusting bracket. Disconnect the electrical connector and the alternator output wire from the rear of the alternator. Remove the bolt retaining the alternator to the adjusting bracket. Remove the alternator pivot bolt and remove the alternator from the vehicle. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure. Adjust the alternator drivebelt.
  • Q: How to remove and install the starter,solenoid assembly and Starter Brush in a Pontiac Firebird?
    A: Remove the starter and solenoid assembly from the vehicle. Remove the solenoid from the starter housing. Remove the starter motor throughbolts after marking the relationship of the commutator end frame to the field frame housing to simplify reassembly. Remove the end frame from the field frame housing. Mark the relationship of the field frame housing to the drive end housing and pull the field frame housing away from the drive end housing and over the armature. Unbolt the brushes and brush supports from the brush holders in the field frame housing. To install new brushes, attach the brushes to the brush supports, making sure they are flush with the bottom of the supports, and bolt the brushes/supports to the brush holders. Install the field frame over the armature, with the brushes resting on the first step of the armature collar at this point (note the position of the brushes on the armature collar). Make sure the field frame is properly aligned with the drive end housing, then push the brushes off the collar into place on the armature. The remaining installation steps are the reverse of those for removal.
  • Q: How do you remove the Ignition Control Module on Pontiac Firebird?
    A: Start the distributor removal processes by removing the rotor and distributor cap. If there is an internal capacitor within the distributors, you should remove module mounting screws and mounting screw for a capacitor. Then you can take ignition control module, capacitor and harness assembly from distributor base by separating it. Also disconnect wiring harness from ignition control module as well. Ignition control module should be removed by removing two screws also disconnecting the wire harness from it if your distributor does not have internal capacitors. Before installing, apply a layer of silicone lubricant on metal base of I.C.M (ignition control module). This grease works as an insulation between distributor and ignitor preventing failure of ignitor after its quick installation without the grease.