Yes It would if its 2.3L engine size. Also, fits Oldsmobile Achieva of same year. Thanks
Fuel injectors I'd assume. I have a fuel injector stuck open on my car and sometimes it stalls while accelerating. Check it out, maybe. These '93's have 100000 problems..
The Pontiac LeMans would be my choice. It is slightly larger and more luxurious. The Pontiac engine was also a better engine than the Chevy.
As far as going in the engine compartment and bolting to the transmission, and Pontiac, Oldsmobile, Buick engine will work. You may have a duel pattern transmission which would allow you to use Chevy also. You would have to look to know. Where the trans. bolts to the engine there will be two holes side by side. Al GM except Chevy are the same as far as bolt pattern. Any motor will work, it's just a matter of running the plumbing, electrical and exhaust.
It's probably misfiring. You would need to diagnose why.
A damaged catalytic converter could cause that.
because of transmission failure
That depends on the year, engine size...
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
I would bet no, it did not. The 1973 Oldsmobile engine was painted gold and the Pontiac engine was not.
if the vin codes match then they should but i'd look at the wiring diagrams to be sure...
A person walking in a straight line at a constant speed would not be accelerating. A person standing still in one spot would not be accelerating.
A defective vacuum line can cause a whistling sound when the vehicle is accelerating. A loose belt can also create a high pitched whistle sound.
That is a very broad question. More information would have to be given. Year model. engine size, ac...
Hesitation when accelerating with tha a/c on is a common occurence with four cylinder vehicles. The a/c uses alot of the engines power and causes the hesitation. It is not usually a cause for concern.
It was a coil pack.
The most likely cause is a dirty fuel filter that starves the engine.
force from the engine, accelerating the mass, opposed by drag of air and water resistance
No such engine as a Pontiac 400 Big Block. The back of the Pontiac engine block has a different bell-housing bolt pattern than the Chevrolet. Pontiac and Olds bell-housing bolt pattern match. Chevrolet and Buick match. Unless you have a dual bolt pattern transmission (GM did make them) the Pontiac engine won't bolt up to the the Chevrolet transmission.
check if you have an aftermarket turbo LOL
It's not a bug, it's a feature.
its missing 4 cylinders sir!
Try putting the pedal to the floor while cranking it