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The Pontiac Phoenix, produced from 1977 to 1984, is a small, affordable car crafted with the commuter and small family in mind. Developed on the GM X chassis, this reliable model underwent two generations before being discontinued. The first generation offered a two-door coupe, a three-door hatchback, or a four-door sedan, manufactured in New York and Michigan. This generation saw engine options ranging from 2.5-liter to 5.7-liter, coupled with 3-speed manual, 4-speed manual, and THM350 3-speed automatic transmissions. The Phoenix was an upgrade to the Pontiac Ventura, with differences in minor details like diamond-shaped headlights and yellow taillights. The second generation (1980-1984) ushered in changes like front-wheel drive and was offered as a 5-door hatchback or 2-door coupe. This period introduced the SJ package in 1982, alongside engine parts from earlier models. The powerful 2.8L LH7 became standard on the SJ/SE model and was offered as an option on all other Phoenix models. Notably, the Pontiac Phoenix is celebrated for its fuel efficiency, achieving 30 miles to the gallon on standard gasoline. It offers ample interior space and comfort for a family of four, making it an excellent family car. Ease of handling, robust Pontiac Phoenix parts, and sufficient power add to the driving enjoyment, while generous trunk storage provides practicality. Overall, the Phoenix stood as a solid, consistent performer in the small car market.

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Pontiac Phoenix Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How to remove and install the caliper assembly and rotor on a Buick Skylark,Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix?
    A: Raise the front of the vehicle and support it on jackstands. Remove the wheel(s). Remove the caliper assembly from the mount. Suspend it with a piece of wire-don't let it hang by the rubber hose. Pull off the rotor. Installation is the reverse of the removal procedure.
  • Q: How to replace the distributor cap?
    A: It is important to install the spark plug wires in the correct order on the distributor cap. If the distributor cap terminals are burnt or crusty, indicating the need for replacement, a new distributor cap should be purchased. To replace the cap, disconnect the ignition switch/battery feed wire and tachometer lead from the old cap. Release the old cap from the distributor body by pushing downward on the slotted latches and turning them ¼ turn. For L4 engines, a stubby screwdriver may be needed. On V6 engine distributors, remove the retaining ring located on top of the cap. Transfer the spark plug wires one at a time from the old cap to the new one, being careful not to pull on the wire insulation. For L4 engines, push the plug wires and boots firmly into the new distributor cap. For V6 engines, fit the plug wires into the retaining ring before refitting it onto the cap. Finally, place the new cap and plug wires into position over the top of the distributor and lock it into place by pushing and turning the latches, ensuring that the cap is firmly seated.
  • Q: What is the importance of properly functioning spark plugs for engine performance on Buick Skylark,Oldsmobile Omega and Pontiac Phoenix?
    A: Properly functioning spark plugs are essential for the engine to perform optimally. It is recommended to replace the spark plugs with new ones at the specified intervals mentioned in Routine Maintenance or the owner's manual. When replacing the spark plugs, it is important to use new ones of the same heat range and type, which can be identified by the series of numbers and letters stamped on them. The spark plug gap plays a crucial role in the efficiency of the spark, so it should be set correctly using a feeler gauge. The condition and appearance of the spark plugs provide valuable information about the engine's tune and condition. A clean and white insulator nose indicates a weak mixture or a hot plug, while hard, black-looking deposits suggest a rich mixture. A black and oily plug may indicate engine wear and a rich mixture. Light tan to greyish brown deposits on the insulator nose indicate a correct mixture and a well-maintained engine. If there are long, brown, tapering stains on the outside of the white portion of the plug, it indicates a faulty joint and requires replacement. Always tighten the spark plug to the specified torque, avoiding excessive tightening.