How to Replace a Pontiac Firebird Quarter Panel?

Answer The Pontiac Firebird is an older sports car with a V8 engine. The quarter panel (fender) is the part of the body between the front doors and the front bumper. The quarter panel is secured to the fr... Read More »

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How to Replace the AC Compressor in a Pontiac Firebird?

The air conditioning compressor is one of the main components in your Pontiac Firebird's AC system. One of the key signs of a compressor that needs to be replaced is a loud buzzing sound. Because o... Read More »

How to Replace the Electric Windows in a Pontiac Firebird?

The Pontiac Firebird was manufactured with optional electric power windows, and the motor that drives the window regulator can wear out and require replacement. The motor is wired through a switch ... Read More »

How to Replace the 1995 Pontiac Firebird Spark Plugs?

The Firebird flew into Pontiac's lineup as an offshoot of the Chevy Camaro in 1967. The original Firebird featured nearly all Camaro parts, sans the vents in the quarter panels, grille, taillights ... Read More »

How to Replace Ground Effects for a 1992 Pontiac Firebird?

The 1992 Pontiac Firebird ground effects package provides heightened aerodynamics and aesthetics to the third generation pony car. The ground effects attach to the lower edge of the body panels alo... Read More »