I can smell a slight odor of unburned fuel mixed with rotten eggs when the vehicle is idling. I've got an 01 Pontiac Bonneville with the 3. Did you find and correct the condition? I searched for it in autozone, kragen and all of those, to see the price of it, and it's just above 100 dlls. Map kpa is 29 Volts. Did you find and correct the condition? These problems are probably not related to error code P4106 though.
All you need to do is take the old one off and screw on the new one. Is the voltage greater than the specified value? Because your car is no longer in. Use small amount of Berryman carb clearer at potential air leak area will help you identify trouble spot. It has 118,500 miles on it, but it runs very well. Trim went to -22% and 7. The picture below on the other hand shows the right way. Apart from possible causing short circuits, dissolved carbon can prevent movement of moving parts once the solvent evaporates.
Did you find and correct the condition? Then the car start chugging at idle. With the code reader connected turn the ignition on again and check codes. Cheers, Mustgo Posted on Dec 19, 2009 The po446 is the evaporative emission system. If the coolant level is fine, the coolant level sensor in the radiator may be faulty, causing the light to come on. Any more information would be appreciated.
Refer to in Wiring Systems. This tells you where to start testing. The solution is here : Pontiac Aztec P1404 Possible Solution : Disconnected, dirty or fouled spark plugs are common causes for engines that won't start. I'm not sure if that has any bearing on why cyl 6 is having the issue. The ignition voltage is greater than 11. I had the radiator and hoses checked again and nothing came up. The issue is that the engine control module has to be forced to relearn the closed position a zero reset with the new or cleaned valve.
In later car models, the car's computer can usually keep the vehicle running, but the engine warning light on the dashboard goes on to warn the driver. Thanks, I'm really not sure. Refer to Step 4 with regard to clearing the code. Problem: After your repair you clear the code but the code keeps on coming back. Was the problem ever solved. Check all the lines going back to the fuel tank. .
The indicated signal voltage should be zero; if it is higher, the signal wire is likely to be shorted to power. Thank you for responding richtazz. More un-metered air leaks will lean out the fuel mixture. Other symptoms are mostly make and model specific, but note that the severity of one or more symptoms may vary greatly between applications. If you are unsure of any abbreviations, check out the acronym list by clicking on the link at the left. Oxygen sensor voltage is over 0. Hence, the absence of one or more symptoms listed here has no diagnostic value in itself.
If the replacement of the valve did not correct your condition, then you need to have the computer pcm re-programmed with a software update. Does this one fits on my 01 3. Look up your code definition. He even put a new upper intake on. Also, be sure to check to see if the upper and lower tubes are clogged. Refer to in Wiring Systems.
This issually suggest cat converter, but its got too many miles for that fix plus why does the issue always seem to follow cylinder 6? Remove and replace or clean the valve and reinstall. I know because my Bonneville started to consume antifreeze, which I caught in time. On some ocassions the light went out, then it began to flash, then it stayed on, then went back off and so on. Note that intermittent faults are sometimes extremely difficult and time consuming to find and repair. I currently do not hear a motor knock nor do I hear any kind of vacuum leak.
This must be done with a dealer scanner. Good Luck Ronreb, Thanks for your input but please try to keep the thread on track by limiting replies to the 3100 engine only. So far the following has been completed or has been replaced: Compression is 130 Injector swapped Cyl 6 Plugs n wires all 6 Cyl Coil Pack One for 2 cylinders He suggested that the Cat Converter might be the culprit or the lower intake. This information is based on changes in a signal voltage that ranges from about 0. Have the computer scanned for codes as well.