Pontiac Firebird P0430 OBD2 Code Diagnosis

This page will help you troubleshoot the Pontiac Firebird P0430 trouble code. In the Firebird, this code is often caused by a bad oxygen sensor, but there can be other causes as well. We’ll take a look at them below. P0430 technically stands for:   One of the most common trouble codes with all Pontiac … Read more

Pontiac Firebird P0404: EGR Circuit → Range/Performance

With the Pontiac Firebird, P0404 is going to have the same meaning as it would in any other vehicle. It’s a generic powertrain code that stands for: P0404: EGR Circuit → Range/Performance While there are several issues that can throw the P0404 code in the Firebird, the most common issue is either going to be … Read more

Pontiac Firebird P0302: Misfire Detected – Cylinder 2

P0302 is a relatively common Pontiac Firebird trouble code. It stands for:     P0302 is certainly a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability the Pontiac Firebird. The nice thing about it is that the P0302 has tracked the problem to a particular cylinder, which makes diagnosing the problems simpler … Read more

Pontiac Firebird P0341: CPS – Range/Performance

P0341 is a somewhat common OBDII diagnostic code in the Pontiac Firebird. It means that there is a Range/Performance problem. In layman terms this means that there is a problem with the signal coming from the Camshaft Position Sensor (CPS).   OBDII P0341 means that there is a problem with the Camshaft Position Sensor (CPS) … Read more

Pontiac Firebird P0301: Misfire Detected – Cylinder 1

P0301 is a common OBDII trouble code that appears in the Pontiac Firebird. It stands for:     P0301 should be considered a cause for concern, and can be a threat to the drivability your Firebird. The one nice thing about P0301 is that it is a cylinder specific misfire code. This makes diagnosing the … Read more