Question about 1991 Pontiac Grand Prix
Well there are several things that could cause this problem...
1. one of the coils may not be firing.
2. the ignition module could be bad.
3. the mass air flow sensor could be tellign the car to run rich (too much gas)
4. if the car is equiped with a map sensor it could do the same as a mass air flow sensor.
5. fuel pressure regulator could be leaking at vacuum port drawing in more fuel than needed.
6. the computer itself could be bad as well.
The car either has a map sensor or mass air flow not both. The mass air flow would be right after the air cleaner housing usually a 4 wire connector. map sensor is normally located on the rear of the upper intake manifold with 1 vacuum line going to it with 3 wire connector. Hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2008
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