Question about 2002 Pontiac Firebird
I had a BMW with the same problem, I
know its not the same car but it turned
out the battery was too low of a voltage.
Replaced it and its run fine ever since.
Check engine control units and trans
control units. Make sure all connectors
have no damage or corrosion. Also if
can pull into a shop right after it does it
they should be able to run a scanner on
it and look for trouble codes. Hope this
puts you in the right direction, thanks.
Posted on Nov 09, 2008
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