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Depends on where you go. Go to the dealer 300-500 bucks. Its really not a hard job for a do it yourself type but you better know what you are doing and have the right tools. And its a messy job. Check youtube they have some videos that show you how to do it. If you are not mechanically inclined then prepare to pay some bucks. I am a do it yourself kind of guy.
Well its inside the transmission you cant really describe were it is its really a control unit that allows fluid to flow to were it needs to be by opening and closing valves.
That being said its really cheap usually about 50-75 bucks but lots of work to change the part you have to drop transmission and tear it apart best to by a book for your vehicle model and go from there.
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there are tens of thousands of repair manuals for sale on eBay. i have purchased several in CD for less than 5 bucks and a few hard cover used ones for less than 10 bucks. Also book stores and libraries have these sitting on the shelf. Where exactly have you been looking?
The CV-boot has C-clips inside the boot they must be released befor the boot will come apart. It would be very hard to tell you how to do it on this page. You really need a repair manual on how to fix CV-joints.
I would really have that exhaust checked again, as well as have mechanic put fuel pressure gauge on & drive it up to that speed and see what happens fuel pressure wise. With exhaust, it's not only cat converter that could be causing reduced flow.
Sounds like an O2 sensor at this point (which Firebirds are notorious for) however since you really didnt give us alot more detail than hard to stay running, it could really be several things. I really would eliminate all the multiple guessing and take it to a shop and have a dignostic run on it, it's worth the money to have them tell you in 15 minutes what is wrong verus shelling out money for parts that may not need replacing.