Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Am
If it's an automatic transmission I'd suspect it may not be shifting out of overdrive and this is causing the shaking and stalling. There is a plug on the transmission that can be unplugged and vehicle can be driven without any damage. I've been told it's a common problem with these cars. Ask your local mechanic about it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Could be a faulty engine coolant sensor but there are other things it could be as well. Might be fuel pump and or relay, fuel filter, vacuum leak, gas cap, might be ignition components(p/u coil, coil, plugs, wires). Take a look at the cars maintenance history and if the engine light comes on while this problem occurs, have it read. It might help you or put you in the right direction.
Posted on Jun 18, 2009
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