It sound like your car's heater core is either not getting enough coolant or it is paritially plugged somehow. My father said he believed it was an idle sensor, but he's not a mechanic so he said he's not 100% sure. Other times, it may not start at all, only to start again the very next day. Due to water leaking into motor. Note: Until the improved remedy has been applied, owners are advised to park their vehicle outside since the fire risk exists even when the vehicle is unattended. I took the unit out myself and remounted the spring. It stilled functioned fine at the time.
Note: Until the improved remedy has been applied, owners are advised to park their vehicle outside since the fire risk exists even when the vehicle is unattended. I have a check engine code can't remember the actual code that states there is a problem with the camshaft position sensor. At first the noise was slight, and not that loud. Put a thermometer in the water next to it. Michael answered 4 years ago Yeah im gonna finish the plugs and wires this week idk i just always thought the diagnostics was expensive as hell and i ddnt want to pay 100 dollars just to be told which sensor it is or w. One will be a 13mm nut and the other will be an 8mm nut.
Lets concentrate on getting it started. If it does not fire, pull a plug wire, or two, and check for spark. Remedy The remedy applied under recalls 08V-118, 09V-116, and 15V-201 did not adequately remove the safety risk. Worst case is that they may need to be replaced. Other than that, very simple to do. Under the improved remedy, dealers will replace the engines front valve cover and gasket.
Why are you so averse to doing diagnostics? So, if I need to make a stop for gas or whatever, the car has trouble starting after the initial start. Change your plugs and wires. A plugged radiator or heater core maybe helped with a flush 'n fill. Thank you for your time. Some people on this forum don't have the money to waste on parts that don't fix the problem.
Once I made it home I attempted to start it again and it didn't start. That's why it runs great until it warms up. Replaced the washer fluid sensor. Those ate the easiest and cheapest improvements. Lower the starter to the ground. Don't hold it too far away from ground or you will be the ground, and get a mild shock. We are a community of Pontiac enthusiasts.
The fact that black smoke is present is a sure sign it's dumping fuel. Many times, for several days or weeks, a driver will get in their car and attempt to start it and notice a longer-than-normal startup time; the engine will turn over several times more than it should before it starts. Y sabremos si se apaga por lo caliente o porque. If they are old, you might need to replace them You might have an air bubble in the cooling system. A simple first test that would require little tools is to try some starter fluid in the throttle body. The affected vehicles were previously repaired under recalls 08V-118, 09V-116, and 15V-201 to address the possibility that engine oil may drip onto the hot exhaust manifold. Don't forget, we also have great contests from time to time like our Pontiac of the Month and yearly calendar contest and our , a fun game where you choose the best of two randomly selected Pontiacs from our online garage.
If one was bad others might be too. Click the search button then the blue link. Replaced the motor assembly for the recirculation door. Reelin68 answered 4 years ago Well, here's the cheap fix. This can cause overheating problems too. Vehicles that are covered by recalls 08V-118, 09V-116, or 15V-201 that have not yet received the original remedy will instead receive the improved remedy under the original recall number.
Also check for battery voltage on the pink wire terminal C of the same connector. If these procedures are not followed, serious injury or even death may result. Answered on Oct 29, 2017 first is up you octane with an adative or tank of has. Under the improved remedy, dealers will replace the engines front valve cover and gasket. Owners may contact Chevrolet customer service at 1-800-222-1020, Buick customer service at 1-800-521-7300, Oldsmobile customer service at 1-800-442-6537 and Pontiac customer service at 1-800-458-8006.
Was a faulty connection behind the airbag. Something is telling your computer that the engine is ice cold when in fact it is not. Owners may contact Chevrolet customer service at 1-800-222-1020, Buick customer service at 1-800-521-7300, Oldsmobile customer service at 1-800-442-6537 and Pontiac customer service at 1-800-458-8006. The idle also rose to about 1000 rpms. The recall began on February 19, 2016. Was cold, car didn't leave me stranded but ran off of alternator.