Question about 1995 Pontiac Firebird
Had this issue 2 weeks ago. My car wouldn't start. I changed the fuses and it was fine. Today, has the same issue but it keeps shorting out the new fuse and still wont start.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The idle speed is not adjustable, it is computer (PCM) controlled, you can turn the screw for the hard stop, but the computer will just over ride that adjustment for the most part, what I think you may need to do is clean the throttle valve and the idle speed control air bypass valve, use carb spray, spray it in the intake with the engine running use the at least 1/2 the can, the engine will try to stall, keep it running, after you are done disconnect the battery for 10 minutes, reconnect and drive a few days so the computer (PCM) can relearn your driving habits and set the idle correctly based on your driving.
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
The neutral safety switch,and the ignition switch can cause this problem,get a test light and start testing these areas,but start at the ignition wire on the starter to see if the stater is receiving 12 volts on it.Then the neutral safety switch,and then the ignition switch.
Posted on Nov 05, 2009
It's much too complicated to rewire the ignition... Maybe the fuses you used are not good quality. Only a service station can help you, I'm afraid...
Posted on Nov 30, 2009
if you have the chip in the key, then this will surely help you: http://newrockies.com/vatsbypass . It was the only thing that saved my car.
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
It sounds like you may have burned out your fusable link. It's a special wire that comes off the starter solennoid and is designed to burn off in the event of an overload. DO NOT REPLACE IT WITH REGULAR WIRE, THIS IS A LEADING CAUSE OF CAR FIRES.
You will want to check for what caused the overload condition that caused the fusable link to burn out in the first place.
Posted on Jun 21, 2010
Testimonial: "never thought of that great idea ill replace it and let u know thanks alot appreciate your time"
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