Question about 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix
Posted by Anonymous on
Sounds like maf fault
if a plastic accelerator the pedal sensor
auto kick down solenoid
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Is your Serena:
1. auto transmission or conventional shift?
2. 4 wheel drive or Front Drive?
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
the problem of the bump is not the trans.....remove the driveshaft...seperate the slip joint....clean out old grease in there and replace grease and re assemble with a new clamp or heavy zip tie.
ford makes a nice teflon grease.....i have done this repair dozenz of times when i worked at an isuzu dealer.
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
If you have checked the battery, alternater, fuses and relays, it could be a faulty earth. Alternater may be faulty, there is a very good chance your fan belt may need tightening, your fan belt should not be too slack as if it was slack, it would not charge the battery properly and thus cause the battery light to stay on, if you push down on the belt it should move a little, but hardly much, if it is slack you may also get a squeal especially in wet weather, I would reccomend that you replace the fan belt. This is not expensive especially if you do the job yourself.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
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