Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
Im going on one 2-3 years with this issue. Not a big deal.
My car has the same issue. My guess (i don't think 300 dollars is worth it for the 1 second inconvenience, so i have not replaced it yet) is the check valve is the fuel pump. If it is, then before you start your car, turn the key all the way, but stop at the run position (the last spot before you crank it) this will cycle the fuel pump. Give it 5 seconds to pressurize, and then start it. When you shut your car off, the fuel in the line starts to seep back into the pump/tank. the check valve is supposed to keep some pressure in there, so if that valve is bad, then when you start your car will burn whatever fuel is in the line and then die. So when you Rev the engine, your cranking up the fuel pump.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
Sounds like the mass airflow sensor...... check to see if it has bugs or some kind of foreign object blocking the opening
Posted on Oct 15, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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