Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Am SE
The regulator will have either an O-ring seal or a regular gasket seal. Probably where the gas smell came from all along. Certain conditions may cause it to leak more than normal, but the seal should be replaced. It would be a good time to have your fuel pressure tested, just to see if you need a new pressure regulator as well. Not likely, but it's the right time to check-it will have to be removed to replace the gasket or O-ring on it.
A fuel line leak can contribute to hard starting.
As for any noise or about the transmission, just check your fluid after the car has reached normal operating temperature. If the fluid is at the full mark, and is a nice clear red, nothing else you can do- it will sort itself out. If the fluid is a dark brown, like dirty red, you could try a fluid and transmission filter change. Sometimes helps, sometimes not. Good luck.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your gas tank needs flushing out,maybe got gritt inside. carburator needs filter needs cleaning .,possible air leak from gaskets., what about distributor breaking down
Posted on Jan 29, 2009
SOURCE: 1990 pontiac j6000 wont start
Crank position sensor bad?
Are you sure the fuel pump is working? Might be the sending unit in the fuel pump that is bad. Clogged lines, clogged fuel injectors, clogged fuel filter, all things that could be checked.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
the ignition control module goes bad as well. when it goes bad, things like this happen too often in these cars. my car had the same problem. and it didnt work right til i changed the ignition control module which is inside the pick up coil
Posted on Jan 01, 2010
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