Problem with my 2001 BUICK CENTURY 3800 V6.
HAD REGULATOR CHANGED ON PASSENGER WINDOW, HAD TRANSMISSION SERVICED AND FUEL
SORRY I MUST have PASSED THE TIP DONATION SECTION, WELL DONATE ON PAYDAY IF THAT IS
POSSIBLE, SINGLE MOTHER AND STRUGGLING.
IF YOU CAN ANSWER THANKS IF NOT thanks ANYWAY. I DRIVE A 2001 BUICK CENTURY THAT HAS
LOTS OF SLUGGISHNESS. TRYING TO GET FROM 10 TO OVER 50 MPH,FEELS LIKE MOTOR IS
JERKING THEN SMOOTHS OUT OVER 50.
STARTS STALLING AGAIN WHEN GOING UPHILL ON HIGHWAY, IS IT THE CATALYTIC CCONVERTER,
OR FUEL INJECTORS ?? PLEASE HELP.
Any number of things can cause this problem.
Yes, a plugged catalytic converter is one of them. Also low fuel pressure, inaccurate mass airflow
sensor (MAF), corroded ignition coils. The key to starting diagnosis Is to get the system scanned for
codes. Most of the large national parts store chains will do this for free (Autozone, Murray's, etc.).
If a code like p0300, then misfires are your problem, so checking ignition system(coils) would need to
be done. If other codes, then that system will need to be looked at.
If no codes, then would look more to fuel pressure. Usually these things or a catalytic converter will set
a code. On the 'How-to, tips, pics' page of the site, there is a good picture of a corroded ignition coil
that may help. Click the link 'ignition coil and plug wire inspect'.
Just pull off plug wires 1 by 1 and inspect. This is a simple check that may help. Let me know what you
find and i will try to be of more assistance.
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