crankshaft position censor
Check for code in computer Usually a crankshaft sensor does the same thing is culprit,but have scanned first
well all i can say is its a piece of junk and u should give away
Have you checked the computer codes? If so, what do they say?
i have changed all my bulbs for a 1994 Bonneville still i have no tail lights for nite driving
the battery is flat or its to old
the D beside the N is the common one to use, it may have a circle around it, denoting overdrive. this will give you the best fuel economy during everyday driving
could be fuel filter
By estimation it's about a four to five-hour drive.
You race using Race cars and driving on the salt flats.
Could be time for a good tune up.
Ford Dealer can help you. that question has endless answers
has been driving
If your 1994 Pontiac Trans Am randomly stalls out while driving, you may have clogged fuel injectors or a bad distributor. Check the distributor first, as this is the easiest to replace.
The gas mileage for a Pontiac Montana will vary depending on where you are driving and speed. The average is 18 mpg city and 25 mpg highway.
I believe it was a Pontiac
Your driving record is ALWAYS with you, it doesn't go away as it is a complete compilation of your driving history.
This could be a way of describing severe hesitation / engine misfiring. See "Related Questions" below for the basics of what to check for...
Kyle Petty won six races driving a Pontiac and two races driving a Ford.
The approximate driving time and mileage information - Between: Fresno, CA and: Bonneville, UT Driving miles: 780 Driving time: 11 hrs - is based on traveling non-stop in good driving conditions. Driving time does not take into consideration conditions which may extend travel time such as weather, road work, border crossings, and rush hour traffic in urban areas. Mileage denotes actual road miles covered as opposed to Point A to Point B linear distances on a map.
My 95 Bonneville was doing this 2 years ago. All the forums said it was the PCM (engine computer) but I had difficulty believing it. I tested the alternator several times, removed all relays and fuses except for the ignition switch, and it would still happen. I went and bought a new PCM, swapped in my eprom, and havent had any difficulty since.
A 2006 Pontiac Torrent automobile is rated for 24 miles per gallon for highway driving and 19 miles per gallon for city driving. The annual fuel cost for this vehicle is estimated at approximately $1,500.
probably a bad camshaft sensor.