Question about 1992 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have replaced the wire,plugs,idle air control valve,coil packs,fuel pump and filter,altenator,crank sensor, some one told me to remove the oxygen sensor and leave it plugged in and check to see if more then 1 Psi it blowing out of the hole and it was so I cut off the cadillac converter and still had the same engine stall. Cuold it be the ECM? And where is it located in the car?
If the problem you are having after the engine warms up and you put the transmission in gear and it quits, unplug the torgue converter (overdrive). If the engine runs fine after this, then change your transmission fluid and hook the torgue converter back up and she will run like a champ. I had the same problem.
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