Question about 1995 Pontiac Firebird
I bought a new ignition switch from a
Ok what year firebird is this?? Was this a completely brand new unit? I know that you can get part of it rebuilt and used. It is very hard to tell sometimes. The 93 to 95 4th Gen Firebirds, Camaros are very bad for this. I have a 93 formula and have had to replace this unit twice, it isn't very much fun and isn't cheap either. If you can run a code reader on it and find out the codes it's sending it would be a huge start. I also had problems with the computer and had to replace as well. Some of the problems with the computer actually mimic the ignition problems....Give me as much info as you can and I'll tell you exactly what is wron and how to fix it...
Posted on Apr 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: It sounds like ther are
Check exhaust flange bolts could be loose, or cats clogged to check that kick the cats and have someone Rev engine while kicking that might help unclog if that is the case, sounds more like flange bolts loose to me.
Posted on Sep 29, 2011
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Obtain all remote transmitters for this vehicle.
1. Close all doors.
2. Insert key into the ignition cylinder but do not turn it.
3. Press and hold the Unlock button on door lock switch on drivers door.
Hold until instructed to release.
4. Remove key from ignition and then insert key into ignition without turning ignition cylinder and remove key.
5. Insert key in ignition a third time and leave key in ignition. Do Not turn ignition.
6. Release door lock switch on drivers door panel.
A Chime will sound 3 times indicating that you are in programming mode.
7. Press both the Lock and Unlock buttons on the remote up to 30 seconds.
A chime will sound 2 times if remote has programmed successful.
8. Repeat step 6 if you are programming additional remotes.
9. Remove key from ignition to exit programming mode.
NOTE: If you are having trouble getting this procedure to work, we have found that some vehicles need step 3 to be done before step 2
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