Question about 1996 Pontiac Firebird
1996 Trans am with a 350 LT1, pulling an engine code ''bank 1''. Any ideas of what it is and how to remedy? I was told that this is the code. I don't know how to check. Stupid check engine light.
Bank 1 tell you there is a missfire on the right bank of the engine. check all the spark plugs and wirs , then the ignition modules.
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