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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 pontiac bonneville stalls
I just went through lots of troubleshooting and expense on my 1996. Whenever I would lift my foot off the accelerator and was below about 30 mph, the rpm's would starts jumping around and sometimes it would stall. If I gave it a little gas (accelerator), I could sometimes keep it running. It also backfired once in a while. Starts right back up. Also, if I let it idle while in part, it would die after 1-2 minutes.
I ended up finding a hole in the fuel regulator. About a ~$70 part if you get an AC Delco, but very simple to change.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
Very common problem on these cars. Do you have another key you can use? Try it. If not take the key ou have been using and turn ket to the on posistion. Leave it there on for ten to fifteen minutes. The computer will relearn the chip code on key. When light stops blinking you know it is done. Turn key to off wait ten to fifteen seconds and turn key to on position, Security light may blink once or twice then it should stop.. Try to start vehicle. It should start. If it doesn't then you may need whats called a new passlock and possibly key reprogramming. Which can only be done at the dealer most of the time. Hope car starts with the first procedure. Let me know if it works.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
You could have something as simple as a loose vacuum line or you could have a problem with the ( IAC ) Idle Air Control Module. You can CAREFULLY spray carb cleaner along the lengths of vacuum tubing in short ( 1 second ) bursts - if the idle races, then look where you just sprayed for a loose , fallen off or cracked vacuum lines. If that doesn't work then you'll need to have the IAC checked to see if it's working properly - your local shop should be able to quickly check that for proper operation. If the IAC is bad, they are relatively easy to change - with the biggest expense being the part. It is also possible to clean out the IAC which may restore operation by removing the IAC from the intake system and blasting it out real good with carb cleaner, then re - installing the IAC and testing it by starting the vehicle. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 05, 2010
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