There could be several reasons why a 1993 Pontiac Bonneville keeps dying. A couple of reasons could be a dirty air control valve or bad spark plugs.
no, check your fluid levels.
You could have a short from the controlls to the fan
if it is automatic the transmission could be slipping if manual the throttle could be sticking
Could be the fuel pump, fuel pump relay or fuse
You could try changing the transmission filter and the fluid.
could be one of the coil packs went bad
on a 93 Pontiac Bonneville you would remove the passenger side front tire. there may be a plastic cover that just pulls off. look to your left,back and up a little bit you should see the wires that connect to your cam sensor. theres your cam sensor. 91 Bonneville is probably the same.
it could be a range of things. it could be overheating, gas gauge is low, or your rpms are running too high.
could be a bad modulator valve but i would change filter and fluid in transmission first
Could be computer related. But alot of time the shifter Solonide goes on them. Get it checked out for that.
Check the Power Steering Fluid level.
well all i can say is its a piece of junk and u should give away
no if you want one you must put it in yourself. be careful if you have an anti theft system. it has to be turned off or it could lock up the car
Could be a broken belt in one of your radial tires. Have them "spin balanced" to see it this is the problem.
I don't think so. The automatic transmission is controlled by engine speed, vehicle speed and throttle position. A large vacuum leak could effect throttle position, but it would cause other problems more noticable than the effect on transmission shifting. a vacuum leak mpuld not cause trasmission to slip but a band inside transmission would cause the problem
Yes, you go to Bonneville salt flats get a car and step on the accelerator. You could also ride motorcycles on the Bonneville salt flats.
my transmission is not shifting on my 2005 Ford Taurus what could be the problem
the battery is flat or its to old
Perhaps throttle plate in throttle body is stuck open - try to free with a screwdriver
This is an internal transmission problem and could have several causes. Transmission needs to be replaced or rebuilt. There are a good amount of used ones on the market for reasonable prices. Get one with a parts and labor warranty.
The first thing I would check for this problem would be your motor mounts. A broken motor mount could allow the engine to twist and turn causing a vibrating sensation.
It's under the frame below the passenger rear door. 1 line in 1 line out. Need a special tool to remove lines or they could leak when you put the new fuel filter on.
The problem can be fixed !! Change the module!! If you could afford the vehicle,then the module is way much cheaper!! Avoid accidents!Always read,understand and follow instructions!! You only live once!!
Could be any number of problems. Low fuel pressure, vacuum leak, bad idle air control valve, throttle stop screw set slightly too low.