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Average User Score
4.6 ⁄ 5 stars
Based on 23 reviews
1997 Pontiac Firebird Overview
Overall User Score
Based on 23 reviews
Like the 1997 Camaro, the Pontiac Firebird represented the last of the style first revamped in 1993. It runs like the muscle car it is: gas inefficiently, but fun. GM's Series II 3800 V6 has pickup like a much bigger engine, making for an ever-exciting ride. The ultimate in Firebird power, the Trans Am has an LT1 V8 engine, providing much extra zip.
New in 1997 are daytime running lights and a redesigned dashboard. The interior itself is anything but spacious. While drivers may enjoy the reclining, sporty feel to their seat, passengers in the front and practically non-existent back seats may struggle a bit to find comfortable places for their legs.
The Firebird is great fun to drive and at a reasonable price.
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Pontiac Firebird Questions
Bad Fuel Pump?
Would a bad fuel pump cause a car to run strong for around 8 min, then shut down, and not restart for around an hour or so? I replaced everything it may be, sensors, modules, optispark, ... and wit...
What's Going On With My 97 Firebird
I just recently got this car. For the first week it was running just great, then it started getting harder to start. Then it wouldn't start at all, check engine light came on, tried starting it for ab...
My Front Blinkers And Hazzard And Daytime Running Lights All In Front Dont ...
I Have A Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1997 Engine: 5.7 V8 Mileage: 146,000 Don...
The tires are from a corvette,New exhaust pipe,New turbo. Has T Tops, nee brake disk.
Will Start, Won't Start
I recently traded for a '97 Firebird. The problem I'm having is sometimes when I drive it,, it will just shut down. Everything shuts off. Sometimes it will restart right away, sometimes not. Now, ...