On a 92 grand prix se 34 map sensor iat sensor transaxle clutch and 2 codes for the o2 sensor going off would the o2 sensor trigger all those other things to happen if you kept driving?
no, these are unrelated to O2 codes. O2 cannot affect manifold pressure or intake air temp and of course not trans clutch.
Clutch Judder is caused by the clutch components and flywheel not meeting concentrically. The friction surfaces rub concentrically causing a low frequency vibration that is transmitted to the car via the engine/gearbox mountings and drive shafts. Causes can be 1) Mis-aligned clutch 2) Clutch wear/broken 'finger' springs 3) Condensation on the flywheel (usually happens on colder nights in which case judder should only last until the condensation has evaporated) 4) Contamination on the clutch such…
If the vehicle is stopped without using the clutch , the engine will give jerks and turn off if the vehicle is in higher gear and the speed is not according to the range of the gear. Although, if the vehicle is being driven in higher gears and slight brakes are applied, no effect will be there if the vehicle's speed remains in the corresponding range. Example: if you are driving a vehicle at 90km/h…
Why does my 1988 suzuki samurai stall out when you drop into a steep decline but works great on the flat or steep incline?
What if your 91 firebird formula 5.0 has a clunking noise as the car speed goes below 30MPH If you press in the clutch before it drops below 30MPH the clunking noise does not happen?
If there is a clunking noise on a 1991 Firebird Formula 5.0 when going below 30 mph, and the clunking noise does not happen when the clutch is depressed, it is probably a problem with the flywheel. The flywheel moves freely when the clutch is depressed. When the clutch is not depressed, it could be that something is rubbing on the flywheel, like the clutch plate.