Question about 1994 Pontiac Bonneville
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
sorted the problem there was a bolt missing out from where the exhaust goes into the manifold and there was a gap have sorted it with some gun gum and bandage
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
did u disconnect the battery after the sensor was replaced? if not u will need to do that so a new base idle setting can be learned by the computer, it is called adaptive idle strategy.
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
Had this problem once mine was 13mm bolt. I took an old wrench heated it with a torch and bent it just the right angle. worked perfect.
Posted on Apr 11, 2009
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It could be the exhaust mounts which are rubber and break over time. If you grab the tail pipe when it is not hot, can you easily move it up and down. If so you will have to get on the ground and look down the length of the exhaust to find the rubber mounts. Usually the top of the remains attached to the vehicle chassis hook or the exhaust mounts, which makes it easier to identify the connection point. The other possible problem is the strut or shock is broken. You will need to get under the car to look at the suspension or remove the wheel to do the same. Last, check the motor mounts if they are broken.
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