Question about 1990 Pontiac 6000
Sounds like spark problem check the wires then check coil
Posted on Feb 07, 2018
Found out it was getting gas...?? ("NOT" I am guessing).
How did you find that...?
While I don't think a NEW FUEL filter is a bad thing
IT can detract from good trouble shooting...
Just as MOST FOLKS...
when presented with OXYGEN SENSOR alarms... will
buy new OXYGEN SENSORS only to find they are
ACTUALLY reporting an OXYGEN issue...
SAVE YOUR MONEY... Get your codes properly read..!!
There are only a couple of things that will stop a car
like that and (I think) only ignition power, fuel pump &
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1990 PONTIAC 6000 3 1L 189cid V6 Muffler RockAuto
Detailed diagram (muffler & cat)
More Information for WALKER 22317
Fuel pump (example)
Hope this helps
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Posted on Jun 27, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like just a broken Cable in your shifter. Should be fairly easy to fix and cheap the cable should be more than 70.00 usd if that and the repair should take about an hour so what ever the shop charges plus the price of the parts. I would say 150.00 May be depending on the shops prices. don't be to scared I have seen the cable **** out many many times and I am sure thats the problem, So don't let them scam you if they try to say its the tranny get a second opinion. Thanks Bear001
Posted on Jul 18, 2008
first check to be sure the vavuum lines at the throttle body are in there correct places.
on the main pulley of your engine, the one on the crank shaft there will be a little notch on it. mark the notch with some chalk or a dab of white paint. then loosen the bolt that holds down the distributor until you can turn the distributor. turn the distributor a little bit, snug the bolt up and try it. once you have the car running you will need a timing lite to set the timing to the correct timing mark. which should be 8 degrees before top dead center for you car.
Posted on Oct 12, 2008
Sounds like you are loosing fuel pressure intermittently. Is there any damage to the fuel lines? Maybe the fuel pump is on its way out (loosing prime.) If you find this helpful, please rate, thank you.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
Possible blown head gasket. Check the oil to see if there is water in it. When it starts, does water or steam come out of the exhaust pipe? Those are 2 signs of a blown head gasket.
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
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