Question about 1986 Pontiac Fiero
Starting overheating all of a sudden
Posted by Anonymous on
Low on coolant, air bubble in coolant, water pump faulty, coolant fan motor/relay/switch/fuse bad, collapsed hose only when RPMs are raised, bad thermostat, any of these could be the cause. Low coolant and electrical issues are easy enough to sort out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
When it fails to start test for spark at spark plug wires, if no spark then it is not the fuel pump ,it would be a ignition mogul in distributor, if spark is OK ,Then test fuel pump with fuel pump gage ,you can ask your local part's store that you in tend on buying the part from if they can lone or rent you the test gage & look up specks,Fallow all warnings.Hope this helps .
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
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