With 30k + miles i know it cant be anything mechanical, and replacing the trans is not an option. Torque the bolts, working from the center out, to 11 ft. Posted on Mar 21, 2010 check the wireing harness near the drivers side left foot its under the harness my bonneville stalled and then ran for months before i figure it out i had a wire that was entirely rotted out and only made a connection once in a while. I have replaced about 3X more starters than batteries and 99% of the time a battery will slowly die not just die over night. Tighten the bolts to 15 ft.
Only about 12,000 Bonnevilles were sold in 2005. It is a simple place to start. The Bonneville got the new styling, with plenty of bright trim on the lower body sides and on the rear deck. About a week ago you even had the car owner telling you your answer was not the issue it's already been tested and passed and you threw something else out there and they again said that's been tested and its good. A General Motors corporate edict that took effect with the 1967 model year led Pontiac to discontinue the Tri-Power engine options on all of its cars.
The 1982-1986 models were officially known as the Pontiac Bonneville Model G built on the , although later models were not badged as such. Some things were subtly reshaped, and other things, such as the tail lights, headlights, grille, and lower body cladding were drastically changed. When hot, the solenoid would not work. Got a decent price on a tranny overhaul last April and problem went away for a few months. At least I know where to go to buy the fix for it now.
I have a 95 ssei with the same problem. Only 630 units were produced that first year, making it one of the most collectible Pontiacs of all time. They are meant to be lubricated by the rear differential oil. On left side of engine you will find a bank of 3 coils that have spark plug wires on top of them. Styling was revised to bear a closer resemblance to the departed B-body Bonneville and coupes were dropped. Inside, new upholstery and instrumentation were featured. Thoroughly clean old gasket material from the engine mating surface without scraping so hard as to gouge or leave deep scratches.
A 185-horsepower Oldsmobile 403 cubic inch V8 was also an option. They put the starter solenoid on the starter which would be right next to the exhaust manifold. The only thing I can think of is that the 4th gear shift selenoid is bad - and after it heats up it will stop working. Don't blame me if you get hung up in the belt. Battery goodey means ignition switchey not sending voltage to starter or starter bad.
Secure with the retaining studs and tighten to 38 ft. Next, disconnect the blower control module connector and the electrical connector. The standard engine for 1971-72 was a 455 cubic-inch V8 with two-barrel carburetor that was rated at 280 gross horsepower for 1971 and 185 net horsepower for 1972 and optionally available was the four-barrel version of the 455 rated at 325 gross horsepower in 1971 and 250 net horsepower in 1972. Also autozone will do a free check on computer to try and tell you whats wrong with car. This will be the only time you use this socket for sure. Tighten the bolts to 15 ft.
Generally for any car you will need your jack and tire iron, you will probably also need a 10mm open end wrench or socket, I can't remember the name of the other tool commonly needed, a star bit is what I have known them as, it may be needed, a large one. Remove the crossover pipe heat shield. Recently it has started to give me problems with cranking It just turns and turns but does not crank up. Along with them went the 301 engine, marking the end of Pontiac V8s. It will run the engine, but it will always run lean and you will have a drastic reduction in horse power.
For 1963 only, Pontiac also offered the 421 cu in 6. You may want to use a flat head screwdriver … to pop off the old pads, and will need a c-clamp. The fuse gets hot, burns out and, not only do the hazard lights stop flashing, the tranny won't come out of 'Park', until the fuse is replaced. First never hit your starter with anything. This continued onto the '99 model year.
What I need you to do is take the car to a nationally recognized parts store and have them scan the computer for codes. Torque the bolts in sequence to 11 ft. Posted on Dec 12, 2009 your alternator is not charging the battery an auto electrician is where a replacement will be if there is one close to you you can charge your battery and drive but go directly to get fixed it wont run for a long time as the battery losses its power the car will stop hope this is helpful glenn. The cables can corrode internally, and this is the only way to find it. Remove the defroster duct retaining screws. Seems the fuse that powers the flashers also powers the electric ov … erdrive on the 'Police Interceptor' package Crown Vics. I have a 1994 pontiac Bonneville with a 3800 engine, 6 cyl.