Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
I have a 1995 Grand Am SE 4 Cyl. I changed the plugs and air cleaner and now it runs very poorly and stalls. I gapped the plugs to spec, but it seems like maybe the cover won't go on right to connect the spark plugs. Anyone know how to figure this out? I don't know if it's the plugs, vacuum problem, or fuel filter. It ran fine before I started.
Don't you hate when that happens? You didn't cross any wires. rotate the plug wire boot as you push it on untill you feel a snap or click. Now the air filter. Check the maf sensor. the first sensor in the duct coming out of filtr. It musy be snug and no air leaks in thr duct. check the clamps at each end. if that doesn't help get back to me. and don't fotget to fill in thr ratings please
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