Question about 2003 Pontiac Grand Am
It seems like a fuel delivery problem. Let's start by replacing the fuel and air filter, check the fuel pump pressure, if you do not have a Fuel Pressure Tester, borrow one from AutoZone, Checkers or similar Autoparts store and ask for the fuel pressure range the pump should output. If your check engine light is on, have the computer scanned for Trouble Codes, this is a FREE service most Autoparts stores provide for their customers.
Also, check all the vacuum hoses for cracks and disconnected terminals.
Good Luck!! Keep me posted!
Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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