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2000 Pontiac Sunfire Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-1A5139A    W0133-1617979  New

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2008 Pontiac G6 Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-464E8DE    W0133-1866265  New

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2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-3368825    W0133-1890597  New

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1993 Pontiac Trans Sport Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-29C6A86    W0133-1917900  New

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1998 Pontiac Bonneville Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-47C893B    W0133-1833385  New

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2005 Pontiac Grand Am Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-313C0D3    W0133-1956266  New

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2005 Pontiac Grand Am Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-313C0D3    W0133-1956266  New

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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2007 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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1982 Pontiac Bonneville Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

P311-09746F9    W0133-1814238  New

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1982 - Pontiac Bonneville
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1982 Pontiac Bonneville Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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1993 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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1993 - Pontiac Grand Prix
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1993 Pontiac Grand Prix Oxygen Sensor ACDelco

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1992 Pontiac shuts down when driving

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Question From slortiz on 1992 Pontiac shuts down when driving

I have a 1992 Pontiac Bonneville, V6, 122,000 miles.
when driving during normal conditions, service light will come on and then car will shut down completely.
When this happens, I will coast safetly to the shoulder of the road, wait a few seconds and then start it with no problems. The service light will no be on. I have taken this to a few places for repairs, but no luck as they say, they are not able to diagnose the problem, if the service light does not come on or stalls when they drive it.
I would like to know if this has happen to anyone before?

Response From Hammer Time

If you are getting a check engine light, then there will be a stored code that can be retreived. if you live near an AutoZone or Advanced Auto, they will scan it for free.

Response From slortiz

Like i mentioned before, when the light goes on, the car shuts down. all power. When I re-start the car, light stays off. I don't know what is causing this shut down. I have taken this car to Pep Boys and Firestone with no luck. They tell me the same thing, if this doesn't happen to them, how are we going to diagnose the problem!
Thanks for the thought, but as you can see no light, no problem.....

Response From slortiz Top Rated Answer

I have had the alternator checked, fuel pump pressure. all good. I replaced the fuel filter, starter (as it was dragging ). We replaced the cam shaft sensor and someone said it might be the oxygen sensor??

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Slortiz; These are classic symptoms of either ignition control module or crankshaft sensor. Neither will always set a DTC. A bit more diagnosing will be needed. When it does die, do you have spark and/or fuel?

Response From slortiz

When this shuts down, it will start immediately, but sometimes idle rough. I will then turn it off and re-start, then it will idle smooth. Spark isn't an issue, becuase I don't have a problem starting once stalled.
I have this car at another mechanic and he thinks the gas might be contaminated, but he is still looking into it further.
This is actually my daughters car and today I drove it again, sure enough, stalled at the light, like someone turned off the key. I put it in park and it started immediately. When I drove further and stopped at lights, I noticed the idling got rougher, sometimes it would stall. The stopping and going was when I noticed it got rougher.
When I drove down the highway, car ran smooth, no stalling, no issues.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

slortiz; I should have read your symptoms a bit more closely. Sorry. If it starts right back up, I'd probably disregard both the module and crank sensor. A fuel sample would be a very good idea. Sorry if I steered you in the wrong direction.

Response From Hammer Time

I wouldn't disregard either of those simply because it starts back up in fact I would probably suspect the crank sensor the most under those circumstances although it could be almost anything.

Response From slortiz

ok, this is what we have done so far, replaced the crankshaft sensor, control module, new plugs, plug wires, tried checking the wire harness for any pinch/cuts. Checked the fuel pump pressure when it would die on us, all is good. We thought maybe contaminated gas, but it would do this all the time (rough idling). We are getting spark. After all this, same issue.
When you stop and go, this is when it acts up more versus driving down a highway/freeway.
I have been told that it might be the ECU?? any more thoughts out there.

Response From Hammer Time

Have you been able to monitor spark, injector pulse and fuel pressure during the failure to determine which one of those is dropping out?

Response From slortiz

Spark was good, Fuel pump pressure was just above 40. I haven't tried the injector pulse.

Response From Lanf3ar

We just solved this problem on my friends bonneville.. Its your mass airflow sensor yank it out and spray it with brake cleaner fixed our problem quick . The mass airflow sensor was not always shooting out the code either. If you clean it and it still doesnt work you might need a new one easy to find at a yard and simple to pull out. Oh is this the supercharged ssei? And it would still be a good idea to go get the codes read. These cars along with the grand prix have alot of problems with them. My friend is on his 3rd one in his GP

Response From slortiz

all the sensors have been replaced on the throttle body, still nothing.
This is not a supercharged ssei.
Checked with teh mechanic and he said, no codes come out on the computer.
He was waiting on the ECU if it needs flashing or not..

Response From Lanf3ar

Your 100% sure the Mass airflow was changed? Still be a good idea to clean it.

Response From slortiz

It was replaced and then we rechecked the wiring to make sure the connection was good.

Response From Lanf3ar

Take your car around the block a few times nice and slow and run through your gears (1,2,3) see if it still happens

Response From slortiz

we were messing around with the mass air flow sensor and the rpm's were going crazy, so we are taking this off and taking it back to the autoparts. This is the one sensors we first bought.
more to come later.......
thanks for the tip

Response From slortiz

So.. we took the mass air flow sensor back to the auto parts for exchange, put the new one and success!!!!
Goes to show, never trust new parts??
Thank you all for all the tips, i really appreciate it.

Response From autojoe

Thats good.Got to love after-market parts.Happens to me alot.

Response From autojoe

The code should still be in the computers memory whether or not the check engine light is on or not.I understand that in order to test the circuit/component you have to have the problem show up while you have diagnostic equipment hooked up to the circuit/component.I don't know how many times I have driven vehicle with a scan tool and a labscope hooked up driving down the road looking at several sensors at one time trying to get something to act up.The code in memory will give you a starting point to look or start a diagnostic starting point.1992 is an obd1 system and does not usually give you to much to go on and most of the time will not even trigger light when there is a problem.Like mentioned above you need to have ecm scanned for history code or codes stored in the ecms memory.Take to autozone and then report back here with code.If there is no code stored in the ecm then there may be a problem with the ecm.There are lots of things that can cause total shut-down including things that would not be sensed by the computer like the ignition switch.The fuel pressure would have to be monitored while driving and when stalled look and see if fuel pressure stayed up during the stall.I use a remote digital fuel pressure gauge.When you say all power is lost........are all the dash warning lights off/radio ect.?All the dash warning lights should be on during stall.

Response From autojoe

I wanted to add you stated that the service light came on when car stalled....it should.all the warning lights will come on just like when you turn key to on position before you start car.does car stall during acceleration load or during de-cel with foot off gas pedal or during turns?

Response From autojoe

I wanted to add.....start car and lightly tap on the side of the ecm and see if you notice change to rpm.If so replace ecm.I have seen some bad ecms around that year.Also try wiggling the camshaft position sensor electrical connector and listen for any change.Just some thoughts.

Car stalls while running! Help

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Question From jenwym on Car stalls while running! Help

My Step-daughter has a 2005 Pontiac Grand Am V6 and the other day while driving down the highway, it just lost power and then died. After letting it sit over night, it started up and drove just fine. Then yesterday, it did it again. In the middle of the night, driving home from work, no power and the car died. We can hear the fuel pump working, ran diagnostic codes and it threw one code about an oxygen sensor. My husband doesn't feel that it's the fuel pump, but any info would be extremely helpful. Thanks so much.

Response From way2old

When you said no power, are you talking about all electrical power, or just no ignition power to turn the starter?

Response From jenwym

The electrical stays on, but the engine dies. This all started about a week ago. she ran out of gas so we went and put gas in and got her to a gas station. Right after that, she was getting ready to come home from work. She got out on the highway, and then it just lost power and the engine died. It wouldn't start up again that night, but after sitting overnight, she started it up and it ran fine so she drove home. A few days later she ran out of gas again and we went through the exact same thing. We have heard that there is an anti-theft fuel shut off solenoid. Could that cause this kind of problem? We have heard that there are lots of problems with this kind of system. Thanks for your help.

Response From way2old Top Rated Answer

When it dies, does the starter energize and make the engine turn over? Or is it just silence? There is a possibility when the fuel ran dry, there was some crud dislogded from the bottom of tank and is floating around in the tank. If this happened replacing the filter may help. Just guessing here for now. We can get it drilled down to fuel or spark and then lead into the problem. So it needs tested when it will not start to see what is missing. Let us know.

Response From jenwym

My Stepdaughter is 17 and getting ready to graduate from highschool, getting her to talk is like pulling teeth. The car Appearantly wouldn't turn over after it stalled out on the highway. We are going to change out the fuel filter to start with, but can you tell me one more thing? My husband's 2000 F150 pick-up takes a special tool to change out the fuel filter, does the 2005 pontiac grand Am take a special tool too? thank you so much for your help so far. I'll let you know what we find out after replacing the filter.

Poor Engine Performance In Cold Temperature: 1996 Pontiac Bonneville

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Question From Guest on Poor Engine Performance In Cold Temperature: 1996 Pontiac Bonneville

1996 Pontiac Bonneville
6 cyl 3.8 L
180000 miles

This winter, my Bonneville has had difficulty accelerating (0-30 mph) in cold weather (below 30 degrees F). When at a complete stop, the car would crawl with the gas completely floored. The car accelerates slowly and eventually reaches desired speeds. The car's acceleration is normal when driving above 35 mph. After each stop, the poor acceleration acts up again. A warm engine does not appear to help this issue. The problem has gotten progressively worse and now idles poorly in cold temperatures. The check engine light turned on and two diagnostic codes were obtained: 1) EGR valve pintle position circuit 2) Cylinder misfire. It is my understanding the EGR may not be the root cause. Other root causes coud be: PCM, Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor, Throttle Position Sensor, Mass Air Flow sensor, Oxygen Sensor, Intake Air Temperature Sensor, etc. I do not know where to start. Please advise. Thank You.

Response From dmac0923

im a little confused???? you got a trouble code for all of those sensors??????

Response From Guest

Nope, just two codes: The ERG and misfire. The components listed are potential causes (based on conversations with repair shop)

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

The misfire code will be one or more of these:
P0300 (Random cylinder misfire)
P0301 (Cyl. 1 misfire)
P0302 (Cyl. 2 misfire)
P0303 (Cyl. 3 misfire)
P0304 (Cyl. 4 misfire)
P0305 (Cyl. 5 misfire)
P0306 (Cyl. 6 misfire)
Your PCM also has misfire history capability; It will tell you how many times each cylinder has misfired. So, which of those seven codes did it show?

Response From Guest

The misifire code is as follows: Cylinder misfire detected - random cylinders. Explanation = The powertrain control module monitors the crankshaft speed and has detected a misfire condition.

I am almost certain the misfire is related to the cold temperature issue. The problem got progressively worse throughout the winter and eventually began idling poorly. I believe the poor idling caused the misfire code. It felt like the car was not getting enough gas or air.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr Top Rated Answer

That's your story and you're sticking to it. Good luck.

Response From Guest

Unfortunately, I still do not know how to address the cold temperature issue. Any recommendations on narrowing down the scenarios? Thanks.

Response From Loren Champlain Sr

Bonnie; I think the first order of business would be to address the misfire. What trouble code(s) did you come up with? Unless the EGR is sticking open at idle, this shouldn't be causing your problem, but don't ignore the code. Could be just a one time thing. Definitely, wouldn't jump to the PCM at this point. The various sensors that you mentioned can be checked. Live data with a scanner is best. Code pullers do just that...pull codes.

Response From Guest

Thanks SW WA. Unfortunately, I cannot get the vehicle to act up again as warmer temperatures have moved in. Thus, I do not think the live data will show a problem. While I would like to be proactive and address the problem now, I hate to spend money if the care will not act up. If I could narrow the problem down to one or two components, I would try to address them now. Unfortunately, there are too many potential causes. Thanks again!

2006 Pontiac Vibe, short in o2 sensor circuit (p0138)

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Question From nugentc on 2006 Pontiac Vibe, short in o2 sensor circuit (p0138)

Hi. I have a 2006 Pontiac Vibe with 132,000 miles (engine 1.8 L Inline 4-cylinder). I recently got CEL codes p0136 and p0138 so I changed the rear oxygen sensor. CEL was still on afterward and I didn't know I needed to manually clear the codes, so I went to have them read--still p0136, 0138, but then p2195 in addition. Then I learned I had to clear the codes myself.

After I did this, within a day, CEL came back on and p0138 is the only current code. I have checked the 3 fuses for EFI under the hood but don't know what else to check. Apparently this code error is related to a short to battery voltage in the 02 sensor circuit.

Any ideas about how to find and fix my problem?
Thank you!

Response From Hammer Time

No, that's not what that code means at all. It means the sensor is reporting higher voltage than it should. That can mean there is a problem in the circuit, an air leak in the exhaust or it could also mean the fuel mixture is too rich. It needs to be diagnosed properly.

Response From nugentc

Here is where I found information for that code to diagnose the problem:

link deleted

It says one of the following is a problem:

Faulty O2 sensor Short to battery voltage in O2 sensor signal circuit High fuel pressure (not as likely)

links deleted .......... not allowed

Response From Discretesignals

Something worth checking out:

TSB #10-06-04-010: Intermittent MIL/Check Engine Light
On, DTCs P0607 and/or P0138, Vehicle Stability Control
Lamp On, Driveability Concerns in High Ambient
Temperatures with A/C On (Clean HO2S Connector and
Inspect...) - (Jul 22, 2010)
Condition
Some customers may comment on an intermittent MIL/check engine light and/or an illuminated
vehicle stability control light. They may also comment about driveability concerns in high ambient
temperatures with the A/C on.
Upon further diagnosis, a technician may find DTC P0607 and/or P0138.
Cause
This condition may be caused by water leaking from the evaporator onto the electrical connector in
the center IP area. The evaporator drain may be restricted, causing water to drip from the
evaporator case onto the post HO2S connector. This creates a path for current to flow from the
heater circuit to the HO2S signal circuit. There may not be carpet wet from this leak, only the
connector.
Correction
Note: The drainage from the HVAC case may not be extensive enough to cause wet carpet or
other damage.
1. Remove the side IP panel then move the carpet back to gain access to the HO2S
connector.
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B2PjrDSTKD_Mb1dDOFNodGlMOHM
2. Locate the HO2S connector. Clean the connector with compressed air and apply a
small amount of silicone grease to the connector.
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B2PjrDSTKD_MeUVZVGhMaS0yY0U
3. Locate the HVAC core box. Inspect for moisture in that area. If moisture is present, it's
possible that a plugged evaporator drain tube may be the issue.
https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B2PjrDSTKD_McmVhdW5VNHZORTA
4. Install the carpet back and reattach the IP side panel.
5. Inspect for a plugged evaporator drain tube. Force compressed air up the drain hose to
remove excess water. Drain until a steady flow is achieved and the blockage is cleared.
6. Test drive the vehicle then inspect the evaporator drain tube to verify if it is operating
correctly.

Response From nugentc

Thanks, Discretesignals. When I installed the new sensor there didn't appear to be any moisture on the connector or around the area. We're at a point now that it's not hot out and we're not using AC. I can still check the evaporator drain tube, though.

Response From Discretesignals

Do you have a scan tool that can read data stream information or a digital volt meter?

Response From nugentc

My multimeter (although it's not digital) is back in storage in another state. I don't have a scan tool, but the guy at Autozone supposedly read the voltage from the code reader itself for me.
Here were the readings I copied down:

O2S12: .055
O2S11: ranged from 3.2 to 3.5 and perhaps a little higher at times

Response From nugentc

I just found this document (although the link may get deleted after I post? Not sure the rules on that). Since I did have both p0138 and p2195 at one time, maybe it applies?
So even though p0138 is for Sensor 2, it says to replace Sensor 1. What do you think?



It basically says:
Bulletin Starting Point for Both DTC P0138 and P2195 Set Together

If both DTC P0138 and P2195 are set, replace the HO2S Sensor 1.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

I'm letting that link stay because it's just a TSB but here are the FORUM RULES of what is allowed.

That TSB also states the the computer needs to be reprogrammed in addition to replacing the sensor.

Response From nugentc

I just wanted to post an update and some follow-up for anyone else struggling with the same issue. I checked the evaporator drain tube as suggested above and it's actually not located anywhere near the O2 sensor connector in my Vibe. I might have read somewhere else that the TSB related to that is for AWD. I also checked for exhaust leaks and vacuum hose leaks. I went to have the codes read again and was getting the p2195 in addition to p0138.

There were many online forums and several other sources including the TSB I posted indicating that this combination of codes is due to a faulty O2 sensor 1.

So I changed that out on Saturday, have driven it a lot since then, and the light has not returned.

I hope this is helpful to someone else!

95 Saturn SL2 Jerks and pulls as it gains speed

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Question From Guest on 95 Saturn SL2 Jerks and pulls as it gains speed

It will idle fine and in neutral the car will rev up just fine with no funny sounds. But when I put it in gear and push on the gas it will continuously jerk and pull as it gains speed till it reaches the top speed of that gear. Put it into next gear and it will do the same thing. I can go 50mph with a steady constant speed (no jerks or pulls) the only way I have found to keep it from pulling like that is to slowly (and I mean slowly) release the clutch as Im giving it gas. It more or less sounds like it has asthma, not sure if its not getting gas or something to do with the clutch. Im about to change the spark plug wires and spark plugs but if you can help me I would really appreciate it. Thanks.

Response From steve01832

Changing the ignition wires is a good place to start with this symptom. When you remove the old ones check the inner plug boots and the coil boots for a green or white powderish residue. That is a good indicator of moisture getting inside. Spend the money on a good set of wires. A good set is about $50. Make sure you put the dielectric grease in the boots before you install them. If the plug wires don't come with it, you can purchase it in tubes. Let us know how you make out.

Steve

Response From Guest

Thanks for the help. Sorry it took me so long to repost but I havent had time to work on the car yet because of all the Christmas stuff going on. But I will be sure to let you guys know how it turns out. I will also take a look at the fuel filter if the plugs dont make a diff. Once again, thank you for everything.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

About the fuel filter: If that one uses the flare nuts under the car put some penetrating oil on the connections now. They can get so stuck you about have to change the lines for the new one, T

Response From Bear505 Top Rated Answer

I had a pontiac that did the same thing... went to numerous shops, diagnostics, pulled out a lot of hair.. a parts counter guy at the GM Dealer gave me an Oxygen Sensor and told me it would fix my problem.....

I put at least 100k on that car after that without any problem at all....

Response From 1buster

that sounds to me like a clogged fuel filter,when was the last time it was changed?