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1995 Pontiac Firebird Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

1995 Pontiac Firebird Transmission 4 Speed Automatic

The first generation of the Pontiac Firebird had a four-speed manual transmission. It came standard on base models but was available in Formula and Trans Am models as well. The 3.4-liter V6 engine was a big improvement over its predecessor. In 1996, the car was rated at 285 horsepower at 5000 rpm and 310 lb-ft of torque at 2400 rpm.

The first Firebirds were equipped with a four-speed manual transmission. These transmissions were not all that difficult to find. For example, the '95 version was offered with a 4-speed manual transmission. In addition, the '95 model included a new fuel economy measure: the six-speed manual gearbox. This gearbox forced the driver to shift from first to fourth even under light throttle. The convertibles were also offered in three different trim levels: base, Formula, and Trans Am. The '95 model also featured a power top. The V8 engines were now available with a traction-control system. In addition, the '95 model year saw the introduction of a 3.8-liter V6 engine. This powerplant produces about 200 horsepower.

The '95 model year brought a new top-of-the-line Trans Am GT. The '94 model year saw the introduction of a new six-speed manual gearbox. This gearbox forced a gearshift from first to fourth under light throttle. In '95, the convertibles came in base, Formula, and Trans Am models. In '96, the traction-control system became standard on all Firebirds with V8 engines.

The 1994 Pontiac Firebird model received a 160-hp 3.4 L V6. This engine was based on the third-generation 3.1 L V6. The LS1 Firebird received a 200-hp 3.8-liter LT1 V8. This engine was similar to the C4 Corvette but featured a more restrictive intake. Despite the LS1-powered car, the 1995 model was the last year that this engine was offered.

The '95 Firebird received a power-top option and a power-steering-control system. In '94, Pontiac also added a top-of-the-line Trans Am GT. The '95 model year saw the addition of a power-top convertible. LS1s had a 3.6-liter V6 engine option and were rated at 200 horsepower.

The '94 Firebird was the first year Pontiac introduced a high-performance Trans Am GT. It had a 3.8-liter V6 engine that made 200 horsepower. The '95 Firebird's transmission was redesigned for better fuel-efficiency and was available only on the base model. The '95 model had a manual gearbox. The '95 Ford Mustang's automatic transmission was a little bit more expensive, but the car was still worth the extra money.

The 3.8-liter engine is the best option for a Firebird. The four-cylinder engine produces plenty of power, and the car's power-to-weight ratio is a healthy 0.8. With the 4.8-liter V-6, the firebird has good torque for both acceleration and braking. It can run at any speed. The '81-'95 model year has a four-speed automatic.

1995 Pontiac Firebird Transmission 4 Speed Automatic