V6 Firebird Problems

Asked by Jun 06, 2013 at 12:24 PM about the 1999 Pontiac Firebird Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok, so my 1999 V6 Firebird for some
reason when I run it too much it
starts to choke? Like if I push the gas
too much it starts to just not want to
go and well I changed the spark
plugs, put new fuel pump and
changed the oil any other
suggestions? P.s. my teacher did say
the mufflers were bad and mom said
the same

3 Answers

7,705

do u smell raw gas in the exhaust?

10

I have the same problem and yes I smell raw gass

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7,705

if engine runs cold , change coolant thermostat and check for collapsed cat. converter.. if engine temps are normal, check all fuel injectors for leaking / stuck injector.

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