it probably needs a vaucuum pump or vacuum lines
If it's hesitant/stalling on acceleration and stalling on slow down or stops, then could possibly be the fuel filter.
Hard starting and stalling. When in doubt, replace the filter.
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change your fuel filter
Possibly bad fuel filter
Check the fuel filter and/or fuel pump.
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The fuel filter is located under the Pontiac G5 by the rear passenger wheel!
You can find the 2005 Pontiac Sunfire air filter the inside of the air filter housing.. The air filter housing will be in the engine compartment.
Being MPFI (fuel injected), there are no jets (seeing as it has no carburetor!). Stalling can be attributed to many things. Frequent fuel filter replacement is a good plan.
Yes, if it's clogged up.
It could be a clogged fuel filter.
Orpheus filter? I am sorry but I don't think there is any Orpheus filter. I am unsure why Pontiac would want to filter song and poetry.
of coarse. All the filter does is its job filter the gas if its stalling the old filter could be stopped up. change it try that and see if it works. You shouldn't pump the gas its fuel injected your pump does all the work.
A 1997 Pontiac Sunfire has an AC Filter located in the cabin. The filter can be found behind the glove compartment and is used replaceable.
I understand that the gasoline filter on a 2003 Pontiac Vibe is in the fuel tank, and seldom needs replacement
Hard starting and engine stalling. Eventually the filter will become completely clogged and the engine will not start.
It can if its dirty enough. Spend ten bucks and replace it to see if your stalling goes away. Replaced mine today and its purrin.
Air in the fuel line?? There is a filter in your tank that may need to be replaced.
because it's a peice of junk
stalling, stopping, stuttering, starving for fuel.