Diagram for firing order 3.1 multi port 1993 Pontiac sunbird?
1994 pontic sunbird fireing order 3.1 diagrame
carbureted models located inside the fuel inlet at the carburetor. It is made of paper and cannot be cleaned or reused. fuel injected models employ a stainless steel in line fuel filter. On tbi engines it located at the left rear of the engine, clamped to the cylinder head. on multi port models it is attached to the frame rail of on the rear crossmember in the rngine compartment.
Firing order for a 6.5 CI single cylinder engine is In this order .. Cyl # 1 first .. than Cyl # 1 and than Cyl #1 I will let you guess what comes next .... It only has one cylinder ... thetr is no order for firing ... multi cylinder engines have firing orders ... :) Thanks Dave. This has been puzzling me for years but your explaination makes it all clear.
Your 2001 Pontiac Grand-Am is making a clicking like the turn signal is on while you're driving but the signal is not flashing or on whats the problem?
I just had this problem with my 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. The problem is a short in the "multi-function switch." When I took it to get fixed, they told me that a lot of Pontiac Grand Ams have had this problem, and mine was fixed through warranty. If that is not the problem with your car, check the "signal flasher relay." Hope I helped!
The LH0 ("T-code") was introduced in 1988 on the Pontiac 6000 STE AWD. It featured a more exotic (for the time) multi-port fuel injection. While not known for its high RPM power, the LH0 has strong low- and mid-range torque. That, combined with its iron intake manifold reliability, gave the 3.1 L engine an excellent reputation. It was produced until 1996 and was exported in some models. This engine produced 140hp and 180lb/ft of torque…