WHAT WOULD CAUSE MY TO MISFIRE ONLY IN SITUATION BELOW?
2002 Saturn SL2 • 115,000 miles
My saturn 2002 sl2, started to misfire a few days ago while driving after I was in park with car running for several mins. I would give it gas and it would barely move. It did this for a few days and ran the p0300 code and the cam sensor code. I changed plugs and wires, and it ran fine until today, I was stopped at train and the engine wasnt over heating (per my gages), heat was off but it started to blow hot hot hot air down by my feet. It stopped and I continued on. After work I was stopped in a drive through and car gage did advise I was started to overheat. I turned heat on and it cooled down. I continued on way and felt that hot hot hot air on my feet again. Very hot. car then dropped to five miles per hour while it was floored. I got in driveway, and it was shaking bad like something under car was gnna xplode. I shut it off. Went out an hour later and its running fine again. ?????????
Thank you. Thats what I kept seeing online as well, I was hoping for something that did not require me taking her in to shop. :) I appreciate your advice, I will have it looked at.
May 1, 2012.
May 1, 2012.
My car has 157k on it and the coolant light came on today flashing i looked at the resivoir and it was empty filled it up and then later on that day it was empty again i looked at the ...
1 answer • 1996 Saturn SC2 • 157,000 miles
Dear SIR. Now I have some question to ask you. 1 How can i change (step)water coolant? 2 How much 1 lite oil per kilometre? 3 How can i maintain moonroof? Thanks so much
1 answer • 2006 Honda Accord • 40,000 miles
I have a coolant leak on my '97 Grand Am. The leak is interrmittent and it doesn't seem to be losing a lot of coolant - I added some today and the last time I had to add some was about ...
1 answer • 1997 Pontiac Grand Am • 190,000 miles
I have had an overheating problem with my 94 grand prix due to bubbles in the coolant. i need help with how to blled the system
1 answer • 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix • 120,000 miles