It is probably it oil preasuree switch which is supposed to take over after the priming 2 seconds.
Have you found the cause of your problem? I am having the same issue, or close to it.
It happens mostly in the wintertime, and usually after the car had been run within the last couple of hours. I go for the starter, it will catch as always, and then it dies. If I try again with my foot partially on the gas pedal, it will start the second time (but a little roughly and with some additional pumps of the gas pedal). If I don't touch the gas pedal, it will usually start on the third attempt.
I own a beautiful black 95 Firebird Formula. Which I both love and loath!And in the past six months I've had more problems with this car than I can count!Luckily being mechanically adept I've been able to fix most of the problems myself.And one was the engine dying after a few seconds/minutes or even a few hours, with seemingly no warning. After two weeks of scouring the car for an obvious problem,(I checked the fuel pump,the Opti-spark,the fuel injectors,the entire fuel rail,I used the most expensive OBD tester I coud find,I even thought it might be bad gas!) Untill one day a friend and I were srcatching our heads and about to throw in the towel. When we decided to try and start the beast one more time! And as my buddy peered into the cramped engine bay he just barely noticed an errant spark. Which upon further investigation turned out to be the distributer wire that was actually leaking/or arcing against the engine! And the car wasstarting just not running. So this was not showing as a fault to the ECM. After changing the wire the car started right up! I went ahead and changed out the spark plugs and wires too! (Which by the way was the most painfully agonizing chore I've ever had to endure! Trust me take it to a dealer to get the plugs and wires changed!!) Dont be cheap and try to attempt it yourself like I did! You'll thank me I swear it! Now myruns stronger and meaner than she has in a long while. Some quick notes: The fuel pump runs for only thirty seconds after the key is turned to the second detent and can not be heard always from the cockpit. It is also demand driven which means it only pumps fuel when needed. The fuel pressureat the rails should read around 50psi. If you change your wires upgrade to 8 or 8.5 mil high quality OEM types not the stock 7mil. Another possible problem that mimics this is a faulty vacuum pump, but that's another story!!!
Take off the connector to the TPS (Throttle position sensor) and then start it.If it runs then take off the TPS try cleaning it or replace it.Also take off the IAC (Idle air control) and reset it.Disconnect the battery if its not an obd2 system so the computer can re-adjust all of your system components.It will run like Poo till it is all set again.If its obd2 get your codes cleared .....
The fastest factory stock Pontiac ever built was the 2009 Pontiac G8 GXP 0-60 in 4.5 seconds and 1/4 mile in 12.65 seconds at 113.7 mph.
The 0-60 time for a stock(455 CU-IN) 67 Firebird is 5.5 seconds No such thing as a stock 455 67 Firebird. 455 wasn't built until 1970.
Only if it's in gear and probably not even then, more likely it would be the torque converter if it has anything to do with the tranny at all. sorry
Hold the oil/trip Reset button while ignition is on (not car) for 8 seconds
A problem with the fuel system. I'm assuming the fuel pump or carburetor/fuel injectors. I had a 1987 Pontiac Firebird that would sputter for a few seconds when you pressed on the gas pedal. Never got it checked though but I assume that would be the problem.
You may want to check the fuel filter. these cars also have a fuel pump relay, I have the same problem with my car. have you gotten yours fixed yet? I'm just getting started on mine.
200 stock horespower 320 ft pounds of tourqe, and burns out sick runs a 1/4 mile in 13 seconds but it is capable of running 10 seconds easy
The battery only handles the starting part, after that it is up to the ecm. You could have a problem with fuel delivery, air intake, or ignition. You will need to eliminate them one by one until you find what is causing it to die.
Turn the ignition on in the car and hold down the trip reset button on the dash for about 10 seconds, the change oil light may blink a few times but then go out. All done!
i have the same problem i got a 96 Pontiac grand am 2.4 4 cylinder great car it could be the knock sensor or fuel pump
It definitely sounds like a fuel problem, the first thing I would do is change the fuel filter .
it smokes 80 percent of the cars out there 3.4L runs 13 seconds 1/4 mile 3.8L runs 10 Seconds 1/4 mile and a 5.7L runs 8 seconds 1/4 mile my 1999 ran a 15 sec 1/4 mile and i didnt stage up so... i dont know what it would run if i staged. i have hit 120 mph though.
It could be the fuel pump you should check it and make sure.
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6 seconds or a little less.
Simply disconnect the battery for 30 seconds.
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there is a problem on peripheral circulation
security system. probally out in the ingnition. its set to allow it to start then stop. check if light is staying on.
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hold the unlock button in for 3-5 seconds
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