Jump to content

Leaderboard

  1. Galaxie500XL

    Galaxie500XL

    Contributing Member


    • Points

      44

    • Content Count

      2,791


  2. 94 olds vert

    94 olds vert

    Contributing Member


    • Points

      23

    • Content Count

      8,876


  3. WhatTheFehl

    WhatTheFehl

    Members


    • Points

      12

    • Content Count

      2,079


  4. l67ss

    l67ss

    Members


    • Points

      10

    • Content Count

      2,633


Popular Content

Showing content with the highest reputation since 04/07/2021 in all areas

  1. GTPsurvivor

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    Solution for me. Installed new premium AC Delco wires, put heat shields back on, no misses yet. Still running with disconnected solenoid. But I can accelerate again!
    2 points
  2. mfewtrail

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    Get a scanner that will read misfire counters and narrowing down which cyl or cylinders that are misfiring would be easy. There are tools that will read this in the $50 range for what it's worth(possibly some cheaper than that).
    2 points
  3. crazyd

    How I fixed the coupe door handle problem

    This started when I'd recently had the problem of my driver's side door not opening again. Been through this so many times I've lost count, but it had started lasting less and less. I ordered a Dorman replacement from Amazon, hopefully thinking it would be the best of the worst. It lasted less than a month. I'd had to set it at the limit of the adjustment right from the start, which wasn't a good sign. Sure, it worked at first. But it started getting harder and harder to open with seemingly every pull. Within a few weeks it didn't open the door anymore either. Looking more
    1 point
  4. mfewtrail

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    I don't mean misfire codes, I mean "misfire counters." Codes do not get thrown until so many misfire counts occur. Having the ability to see the counters means you can see a cylinder misfiring before a code sets.
    1 point
  5. GTPsurvivor

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    No black marks but I will invest in new wires this weekend.
    1 point
  6. rich_e777

    Howdy

    Chances are this 1990 Firebird I acquired last year will need it as well, sat for nearly 30 years because of that. I might grab one of those instead, thanks for that link.
    1 point
  7. chrisflstf

    I Cured A Random Misfire Problem-3800 V6

    If you fixed a random misfire by removing the heat shields, you have bad plug wires. They are arcing to the ground the heat shield provides. 40KV will arc easily
    1 point
  8. jiggity76

    3.4 DOHC TIMING CHAIN REPLACEMENT

    Thru all my sources, I think I've bought the last one. Well, the last one listed in the parts database.
    0 points
×
×
  • Create New...