Question about 1995 Pontiac Firebird
I TOOK MY 95 FIREBIRD 5.7 AROUND THE CORNER,IT STARTED FINE.BUT WHEN I HIT A CORNER I STEPPED ON IT,AND THEN THE CAR SHUT OFF AND DIDNT START UP AGAIN.CAN SOMEONE HELP PLEASE.
Firebirds with a 5.7 liter V8 do not have timing belts. They have chains that can last hundreds of thousands of miles. It is basically the small block chevy that has been around since 1955.
Posted on Oct 09, 2011
Did you jump the timing belt cogs on the belt ? if it jump'd that would cause it to not start or them pesky control modules under the rotor sometimes even the pickup coil / did the power wire fall off the distributor terminal ? there should be plastic shrouds you can take off to peek at the timing belts (5.7 ohv) see if it's shredding apart and time for new 1 / if it did i hope the valves didnt hit the pistons / they bend it's bad . average life of a timing belt is 80,000k or so many years .
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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