1993 Pontiac Bonneville Questions
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I passed everything on my emissions but my NOx was real high
Happens after car is driven for a while. It restarts after it stalls and runs awhile until it happens again. When it occurs interior lights come on. It happens both when driving or sitting at light. Car needs to be driven for it to happen. When it stalls everything shuts down. meters act erratically , rpm's up and down, battery gauge drops, until complete stall when all shuts down.
Need to bypass security system
Car runs good then start to jerk and stall but not cut off
how do i find out if it came with radio controls on the column from the factory or not
My "93" bonneville heated up and wouldn't move-coolant hot & had trans. fluid in it. Trans. fluid level was low.
As soon as I turned on my heat, it worked, but then I heard several gun like shot sounds. After my car was parked for several days, I saw what seemed to be antifreeze leaking from my car. I put in water, but the coolant gage goes up rather quickly, then overheats with smoke.
The crank sensor got replaced the day I got the car since then the car died, and it had to be jumped over the next couple days. I put a new battery a new alternator and another crank sensor and it still won't start what do I need
Is there a way to fix the indicator lever without removing the steering wheel?
In the back outside there is rubber stripping that is coming off, what should I purchase to glue this back. It goes around the back, it's not the bumper or window or door, it's part of the decor, if you will. I appreciate any and all help. Thank you!
i have a 91 cad and a 93 bonneville manual that came straight from the factory that built them, in the index for the aldl for the cad it says section 6E3-9, there is no 6E3, FOR bonneville says 6E3-9 there is a 6E3 but it ends at 6E4, anybody know what the story is?
Every time you go to crank the car up you got to pull the steering column down a bit to crank it and kill it. and also if your driving down the highway or down the road and you pull ont the steering column down a bit it kills the vehicle and you got to stop put it in park and try to recrank it. my email is firstname.lastname@example.org
The V6 runs fine at all speeds. Tranny shifts without issue. The strange thing is a light smoke rises from the engine block just as the engine warms up. Engine starts with its high idle then when warm idles down to its normal speed. Two things I've investgated. Investegated a minor leak in the brake reservoir dripping on the manifold (the car sometimes is low on brake fluid); or did I lose a seal in the engine block that I've heard is a common problem with the 93 V6. This is a car that I do not know its history. My expertise is the 46 to 53 Chevy Stovebolt six/Rochester single barrel with poured babbet bearings. At least the stovebolt you could work on.....lol.