94 pontiac grand am STARTED LOSING POWER FOR SEVERAL DAYS IT HAD LESS AND LESS POWER. ACCELERATION A TICKING SOUND AND NO POWER. I KNOW THIS CAR IS MOSTLY VACUUM . CHECKED PLUGS. PULLED COVER OFF TO

Asked by Nov 01, 2015 at 05:54 PM about the 1994 Pontiac Grand Am 4 Dr SE Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

WAS WONDERING IF I SHOULD THINK
MORE ABOUT TIMIMG OR WHAT
PLEASE HELP

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73,175

Probably need to check fuel pressure, need to know what size engine you have...

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73,175

Ok, I don't see your post here but it is in my e-mail. For a 2.3 "94" Pontiac engine, fuel pressure should be 30 to 44 psi. At a dead head check it should be 47 psi. min. You mentioned something about vacuum lines, a gross leak may cause your problem, otherwise causes a lean condition and throws codes on the problem. Check all vacuum lines for cracks & replace as necessary.

73,175

Replace fuel filter also...

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