Question about 2000 Pontiac Firebird
My 2000 Pontiac Firebird 3.8L just stalled on me while running like if it ran out of gas. I cranked it several times but won't start, it has gas could it be the fuel pump? If it is, IS THERE ANY EASY ACCESS TO CHANGE THE FUEL PUMP WITHOUT HAVING TO DROP THE REAR AND TANK?
I am having a stalling problem with my 99 Firebird 3.8 V6, but this is a strange one. The car only stalls when it rains/snows out and the ground is wet. It has does this 4 times already but only when its raining/snowing and not unless I've been driving for about 10 minutes. The car will not start right away or even in a couple of hours. If I let it sit there all day it will start right up again and will run normal. This will continue to run normal if it is dry out and the ground is not raining/snowing until the net time it rains/snows.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
I had the same problem, I was also fouling plugs before I fixed it.
The fuel pressure regulator (sp) was leaking.
I have not had THAT problem since I replaced it.
Great car when things are good, I guess my car was built early morning after a 3 day weekend or Pontiacs are @#$%$@#.
I've had many many issues.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
Check under the back seat for an access panel to the pump. Might be the pump or just the level unit. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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