When you apply the brakes, the brake pad comes in against the rotor and as it rotates, it should stay flat against the rotor, but yorus must be warper and as the high and low spots rotate by the brake pads, this pulses the pedal which you feel. Usually, a map sensor and an idle control sensor can cause the rpms to jump. I'm worried that it may cause an accident. I start it up and let it idle until warm then I ride around for about three miles. In fact, it runs so nicely that she seems to want to keep it for the time being. Plug gap should be 0. Of course, this from the guy who can't figure out why his '91 won't start in the cold : see my post in that cold-start problem thread.
Does it start back up, start back up after a while, start back up at all? You will need a puller with metric screws to finish getting the balancer off. Posted on Dec 24, 2008 I just went through lots of troubleshooting and expense on my 1996. I am here to help you. I've done some research online and have read that people with same problem have replaced both and this did not fix the problem. One key way to tell is if when it dies and the key is still on, you can roll the windows up or down. If you have a question, let me know.
A flakey crank sensor common repair on the 3. I don't know if crank sensor is going bad or is something going on with the computer or wireing under passanger side dash. If the windows still work well, then that's not the problem. Any suggestions as to what is causing this would be most appreciated. If not it should be scanned for cranking rpms, if none, suspect crank sensor or Ign. The mount and wire harness connection are exactly the same, and it bolted right in.
It seems to die always when I drive the car for more than 20 minutes. Stalls while coasting or constant low speed 5. Then turn the key on. It also backfired once in a while. About 3 weeks later on August 8, 2008, I set off on a trip. Trans shifting is poor 4. Trans shifting is poor 4.
Neons are natorious for head gasket problems , leaking oil and water internally and externally! Check your fuel pressure and make sure it is correct. Especially when I am standing at a light. Now a new problem has show up. Whenever I would lift my foot off the accelerator and was below about 30 mph, the rpm's would starts jumping around and sometimes it would stall. If you can't, it could be the grounds because the ignition and the windows both ground through that ground buss. My bike is in very good condition with low mileage.
. I tried to get them to honor it for my daughters 98 but they would not!!!!! I replaced the Mass air flow sensor in my car today Nov 15th 2010 and it is now back on the road. If your check engine light is on, get it scanned at an auto part store. The cables can corrode internally, and this is the only way to find it. If it isn't conducting properly, it can cause the car to lose power, or even not start.
You may also want to change out your radiator temp sensor also. Eventually, the car shut off. My fuel problems usually related to ambient temperatures. Then the codes come, like 54 is 5 flashes then 4flashes. The performace had improved but the service engine lights comes on. The compressor sounds like it is burned out. It has also stopped when in neutral.
Pick-up speed is very poor 3. Could it be anything else? Hit stop and go traffic for the first 10 miles took about 35 minutes to get through it , and then traffic loosened up a bit. Could the fuel pressure regulator be the problem or the fuel injectors? Good Luck Posted on Nov 15, 2010 if your bonneville stalls and you have to wait to restart it. Faulty exhaust oxygen contents measurements will force the computer to adjust mixture - that is fuel injection - in some extreme fashion - seems here that it went to extreme lean, which is totally relevant with coughing and stalling. Stalls while coasting or constant low speed 5. I am at a loss and want to find out what is wrong with it because I love my Bonne!!! I assume no liability for property damage or injury incurred as a result of any of the information contained in this video. Many thanks for any help.