dan is this a 4 cylinder?quad 4 by chance ,does it misfire,if so it could be the "DI" direct ignition on top of the valve cover or the module that is attached to it,also ispect coolant temp sensor but that doesn't sound to likely,if you get this throw up some more info.Answerthe cylnoid or has a blown head gasket or maybe overheats
There is no such thing as cylnoid to answer the question. Get diagnostics run and look for a pattern in the codes. Likely you have an intermittent sensor or a leak in vacuum pressure that needs to be addressed. More likely a fuel delivery problem, check your fuel pump.
Could be EGR valve sticking open or dirty at an idling condition or hesitates when accelerating.
How does it hesitate? does it shake or seem as if it dont have a lot of power?
it could have a bad air filter or the fuel is clogged some where. or the batt could be going bad.
Yes mine did same thing it was the crankshaft sensor located on the firewall side of the engin.
If a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am shuts off while in drive, there could be a problem with the passlock sensor. There could also be an issue with the fuel pump.
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
Well you could have blown a lower intake gasket, or you need a new water pump.
A malfunctioning coil pack can cause your 2001 Pontiac Grand Am to backfire. The more likely cause is a faulty fuel injector.
2006 Pontiac grand prix recurring number 4 cylinder misfire diagnostic code? What could it be?
lack of confidence?
Yes, it could be dirty injectors causing this problem. It could also be an issue in the fuel line, fuel pump or fuel filter.
Images of a Pontiac Grand AM GT can be found on many different websites, especially those that feature cars. Some examples include Edmunds and AutoTrader.
There are a couple of different reasons as to why there would be power window failure in a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix. One reason could be a faulty fuse or it could also be a short in the window motor.
There are many places you can find accessories for the Pontiac Grand Prix. These places include: Amazon, Best Buy, CarID, and other third party sites.
i have a 2003 Pontiac grand am, no start, does not even turn over. could it be the ignition switch?
No, the only thing it could possibly do is blow the bulb.
assorted loose things
A 1997 Grand Am (GT or SE) could either have a 2.4L Quad-4 or a 3.1L V-6.
It could be that the battery is dead or your starter is bad.
Start with 4.25 liters, but it could take up to 4.75 liters.
It could be the mass air flow sensor located on top of the breather tube by the air filter. One way to check if it makes a difference is to disconnect it. Drive it and see if it still hesitates. If it does that could be the problem, was on mine. It can mean alot of things really! Timings off, fuel pressure regulator is set too high, plug wires are frayed, O2 sensor could be wired wrong, or going bad. Check all of these!!
Could be your starter. See this write up I created when I replaced mine. http://hubpages.com/hub/Starter-Removal-1999-Pontiac-Grand-Prix.?Now bare in mind. It could be several things, from the starter, to the fuse, to the battery connections, as well as the neutral safety switch. What are the symptom's
If the Tech goes out and your TCS indicator comes on it could be your crank shaft sensor
blower motor resister is bad
i would say maybe a bulb or a flasher