Jan 282016
 

1997-pontiac-firebird

Question:

I need info on where to get a vacuum diagram, and a wiring diagram for a 97 Pontiac fire bird/ trans am with a 5.7. i have chiltons and haynes and they don’t go over those diagrams. i have a password for checker online, carquest does not have anything, the dealer could not pull up any diagrams. i have very a good rep with all those places for i am a mechanic.

Already Tried:
checkers, dealer carquest, chiltons, haynes, some online but have got no were

Answer:

I have the solution for you! If you want all the premium wiring diagrams that are available for this vehicle that are accessible on-line right now, for just $16.99 you can have full on-line access to everything you need including wiring diagrams, vacuum diagrams, fuse and component locations, repair manual information, factory recall information and even TSB’s ( Technical Service Bulletins ). This is the same information that the dealers use. It is Mitchell, a division of Snap-On. I use this in my shop all the Time. Well worth the few bucks and easy to use. You get everything you need and then some.

Oh, did I mention they now include a parts and labor estimator for no additional cost. Check your vehicle to see if it qualifies for a discount. LOOK UP NOW

There are some additional places to get wiring diagrams and vacuum diagrams for example: FreeAutoMechanic.com offers Free Wiring Diagrams. You can view them online or have them sent to you to print. I know many sites will tell you how easy it is to just use a search engine to look one up and they are right, you will be presented with a slue of wiring diagrams with no way of knowing if they are for your exact vehicle, so pretty much worthless when you crawl under the hood.

You need to be able to depend on the diagram you are looking at so why not save a few dollars and purchase a complete online manual now. GET STARTED

 

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