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Trbulitt

Ft Mitchell, KY

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This could be fuel pressure related. Pull vaccum hose from top of fuel pressure regulator while engine running. Wait at least 3 minutes to see if fuel comes out of the port or hose end. This solved my hard start issue on my 02 grand am 3.4 after I changed the FPR.


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Same problem with my 2002 Grand Am. I have to push hazard light switch, then turn signal, turn off hazard, and turn signal is working. Sometimes will fix turn signal for an extended time.


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No trouble codes,so it's mechanical, replaced spk plgs, wires, rotor and dist, fuel filter. Missfire still there. No arc of spark either.Sprayed carb cleaner around intake man. no change.....what next ?


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Is there a crash sensor that needs re-setting ?


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Can a control arm link be replaced ? Nut apparently became loose and backed off of top link to strut/coil bracket . Still on, but threads are flattened and nut can't be tightened.


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Idle on start is up to 2500rpm, then down to 1200rpm. I don't find any vaccum leak. Idle is 900 to 1000 RPM in gear , warm motor!!!


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