Question about 1992 Pontiac Grand Am
I experienced the exact same problem with mine. What I discovered is that the overdrive torque converter was not disengaging when I was coming up to a stop, thus making it stall. 2 fixes: First one is to disconnect the plug out by the radiator for the converter lock up solenoid, but this is not a good idea as you will no longer have overdrive. Second, (and best): Go to your Ponitac parts dept and tell them your problem; they will sell you a new converter lock-up solenoid that has been updated to correct this problem. Pontiac is aware of this and the new part makes a world of difference. Seems that they have added a small filter to keep dirt out of the solenoid, which is the main cause of the problem. Very common issue; easy to fix.
Posted on Sep 15, 2008
I want to say it is your idle control motor.it has to do with the car idlig and running.but i need more info.does the car do this every time?idle control motor usually will go out altogether.let me know.
Posted on Jul 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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