Question about 1999 Pontiac Firebird
When i start the car it immediately dies. after a few minutes of the gas pedal pressed down it will stay running. i had the maf sensor replaced and new fuel filter and still the problem stays.
Possibly a weak fuel pump, idle air control valve, vacuum leaks, or loose or damaged wiring in the ignition system. Check for vacuum leaks first. That's the only one that won't cost anything. Make sure all intake bolts are tight, and all hoses are connected properly and in good condition.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
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