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The voltage is good and I already reset the system twice on this Firebird 01.

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Guessing it won't start, but don't know as you haven't given enough information for anyone here to really help you out... Please provide more details if you want assistance,,,

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Why car wont start after killing the battery twice?


When you run a battery down a few times, over a year or so,
then kill it twice, in a row, in a couple days,it has to be replaced

Oct 29, 2014 | 1999 Pontiac Firebird

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Pontiac service light 1983-01


Firebird

1998-01

To reset the "CHANGE OIL" light, press and hold the "TRIP/OIL RESET" button on the instrument panel for 12 seconds. When the light flashes and goes out, the system is reset.


Grand Am


1999 -01

To reset the Change Oil light, open the driver's side instrument fuse panel and turn the ignition on. Press the "RESET" button and release. The light will flash. Press the button again and the system will be reset.


Grand Prix


1999-01

Driver Information Center If Equipped). Turn the ignition to ON without starting the engine. Fully press and release the accelerator pedal three times within five seconds. If the CHANGE OIL SOON indicator flashes two times, the system is resetting. Turn the ignition key to OFF, then start the vehicle. If the CHANGE OIL SOON indicator comes on and stays on, repeat the procedure. To reset the OIL LIFE indictor if equipped with a Trip Computer: Press the trip MODE button until the light appears next to OIL LIFE. Press and hold the trip RESET button until the oil life percentage changes to be 99 percent.


Grand Prix


1997-98

To reset the oil life indicator, press the "MODE" button until the light next to "OIL LIFE" is lit. Press and hold "RESET" for 3 seconds until oil life percentage is 100%.


Grand Prix SE


1997

Turn the ignition on, but do not start the vehicle. Within 5 seconds, push the accelerator to the floor 3 times. Turn the ignition off. Start the car and the Change Oil Soon indicator light will be reset.


Grand Prix

w/ Trip Computer

1988-93

To reset "CHANGE OIL", "CHANGE OIL FILTER", or the mileage of either on the Trip Compute, continually press the "SERVICE" or "SYSTEMS CHECK" button until the item appears with the mileage below it. Then press the "RESET" button and the mileage will be reset to the maximum value. If you want to reduce this value, hold the "RESET" button down and the mileage will count down. Release the button at the mileage you would like to observe.


Bonneville,
6000

w/ Driver Information Center

1983-91

To reset "CHANGE OIL SOON" or "OIL FILTER" or to adjust the mileage on the Driver Information Center, continually press the "DIC" button until either message appears with the mileage below it. At this point, hold down the button. In 5 to 10 seconds, the mileage will count down. When it passes 0, it will cycle back to a maximum figure. Release the button when the mileage gets to the service interval you'd like to observe. If "CHANGE OIL" or "OIL FILTER" already appears, just hold the button down to reset the mileage. "CHANGE OIL" and "OIL FILTER" are reset separately.













on Dec 07, 2009 | Pontiac Grand Prix Cars & Trucks

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Firebird troubleshooting


Sounds as if possibly your ignition switch, main relay, a blown fuse or you have a fusible link that has opened. You should first load test the battery to make sure the voltage doesn't drop out under load. It might be cranking when shunted but the voltage may be too low to provide adequate spark or operate the ECU. However you should check for open fuses in the fuse box since you have no instrument panel lights. If you have no power to the instrument panel, you may not have power to the ECU or fuel system. After that you'll have to trace back from the battery.

Jan 13, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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My 1992 Pontiac Firebird stalls in idle, i recently had the cooling system repaired an the whole top of the engin was taken apart and cleand. I was told that some time the car has to reset its self for...


Cabon deposits in the throttle bore and on the throttle plate will limit airflow at idle and make a reset difficult. The throttle bore must be clean first. Carbon deposits on the idle control motor can impede this process also, but they do not take kindly to a liberal cleaning. I would recommend a new iac motor unless it has already been replaced.

Mar 25, 2012 | 1992 Pontiac Firebird

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I need the reason for the ecu error codes for a 2001 firebird 3.8L code #01 P0601,#02 P0606,#3 P1518


P0601 means your engine computer has an internal error; P0606 means that the engine computer has stored in memory exactly the running condition( much like a "black box") that the vehicle was in when the P0606 was triggered. P1518 also relates to the PCM in the matter of low voltage.

Try testing the battery as improper voltage can cause all of these codes. Otherwise it means that your PCM has failed and either needs to be reprogrammed or replaced.

Oct 31, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Firebird

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When i start my 01 firebird the radio wont come on and the windows dont work, after about 30 seconds they start to work. 2 days ago the power antenna just kept going up and down about 7 times. it seems to...


With our 2000 Firebird the Door locks also didn't work. A couple of solder joints became loos on a BCM module located under the glove box area inside a plastic case we had to remove. All's good now on ours after resoldering the locations I found on another site.

http://www.fbodyonline.com/how-to-fix-intermittent-windows-radio-and-locks/

Good Luck

May 27, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Firebird

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Engine codes p1518, p0125, and p0420 for 2001 firebird


P0125 sets when engine coolant temp does not reach temperature for closed loop operation within a set amount of time.
May be a faulty sensor or thermostat.
P0420 Is related to a faulty rear 02sensor.
P1518 PCM & TAC module communication detected missing or invalid serial data.
If TAC related repair has been done, clear DTC & recheck system. It may be necessary to preform clear codes function twice to clear this DTC.
make sure starting system & charging system are functioning properly. Low voltage can cause this DTC to set. This should help. Let me know how its going.

Apr 11, 2010 | 2001 Pontiac Firebird

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