Why does Ethanol gas make the check engine light come on in a Pontiac transport?
It is possible for the check engine light to come on in a Pontiac Transport when using ethanol gasoline because it burns hotter than other gasoline. The check engine light might also come on if the oxygen sensor is bad.
Will the head cylinder of a 3.1 engine fit your 3.4 engine for a 1997 Pontiac transport they look exactly alike?
What would cause an engine surge and check engine light on a 1985 Pontiac Grand Am and how do you repair it?
follow the top radiator hose to the engine. that is where your thermostat is. you will have to drain the radiator, remove the engine side of the hose and remove the thermostat housing to access it. remove thermostat clean mating surface of housing and engine, install thermostat, install housing, secure radiator hose, fill with coolant. start engine and check for leaks.
If you have fuel lose in your 1990 Pontiac transport and theres nothing on the ground what could be going wrong?
Are you saying you are loosing fuel? If so, then check you engine oil and see if it is overfull. If so, then you have one or more injectors that are leaking. You may also possible have a fuel pressure regulator that has gone bad. And lastly, check to see if you have a fuel leak that is allowing the fuel to leak on to the hot engine and evaporate.
1997 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 3.8L 6-cyl Engine CAPACITIES Engine, with filter..........4.6 quarts  1. After refill check oil level. Do not overfill. 1997 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 3.1L 6-cyl Engine CAPACITIES Engine, without filter..........4.0 quarts  1. Add extra oil when replacing filter. refill check oil level. Do not overfill. Hope This Helps.
You have 1994 Pontiac Transport 3.4 l engine The problem is with engine When engine is hot working temp just cuts off and it wont start until cools down?
There is an elecrical short in your system that occurs when your vehicle gets hot. You need to check to see if you don't have fuel, check pressure. Or if you don't have spark. If you don't have fuel, it will most likely be your fuel pump. If you don't have spark, it could be, your ignition module, a coil pack or your crankshaft sensor.
Check to see if there is a label inside your fuel filler door indicating that it is a FFV - flexible fuel vehicle, or check your VIN. If the 8th "character" of the VIN is a "K" , that indicates that you have a FFV engine and can use up to 85 % ethanol (E - 85) Otherwise you use regular unleaded fuel which can contain up to 10 % ethanol as long as it…