2001 Pontiac Bonneville 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic 95,000 miles
My 2001 Bonneville has been in the shop almost weekly all summer long and has yet to be fixed. While driving the car, the engine dies without warning. This may occur at 75 mph or 30 mph, speed does not matter. Sometimes the car will restart, other times it will not and it will require towing. The computer shows no codes.
The serpentine belt and intake manifold failed in the spring and were repaired prior to the above described symptoms. These symptoms began a couple months following previous mentioned repair.
The following repairs and/or replacement have been performed:
1. After factory remote start has been removed,
2. Fuel filter has been replaced,
3. The ignition module was replaced,
4. The crank shaft sensor along with a plug wire.
The problem still persists; I've spent literally thousands! I initially suggested the engine computer or the battery but the service techs looked at me like I was crazy (I am female so why would I suggest anything!) I believe the dealership is taking advantage of me and just guessing and replacing parts at my expense!
Any suggestions would be GREATLY appreciated!
have the same problem?
Tuesday, September 2nd, 2008 AT 1:41 PM