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The Pontiac 6000 debuted in 1984, marking a milestone for General Motors as their first two-seater sports car under the Pontiac brand. The 1988 model year was particularly noteworthy for its limited production and significant improvements. The 6000 was notable in the global automotive industry as the first mass-produced car to use a space/frame chassis with a separate body shell composed of SMC Sheet Molded Composite. Manufactured primarily in Pontiac, Michigan, the 6000 employed a mid-engine layout to reduce aerodynamic drag and vehicle weight, thus enhancing fuel efficiency and improving handling, traction, and braking. Available in two body styles, 2-door fastback coupé and 2-door notchback coupé, it was built on the General Motors P platform. Initially, the 6000 was positioned as an economical commuter car, however, the absence of power steering and limited color options were downsides. Subsequent upgrades included a more powerful engine, wider color palette, and an automatic transmission, significantly improving power output. The Pontiac 6000 earned acclaim for its excellent ride performance and reliable safety system, making it one of the most appreciated two-seat cars produced by any US manufacturer of its time. From its durable suspension and alternator battery to its responsive touchscreen, the 6000 offered a user-friendly driving experience, solidifying its status in the sports car industry.

The Pontiac 6000, spanning models from the late 1980s to the early 1990s, has been reported to experience three prominent issues: engine stalling, overheating or stalling out, and problems starting. Owners of the 1989 model often encounter engine stalling, particularly after extended drives or during deceleration at low speeds. This may be attributed to accumulated debris on the throttle plate, requiring choke cleaner for both the plate and the idle air control valve. Stalling can also result from faulty coil packs, a malfunctioning fuel filter or pump, or a defective TCC solenoid, with the latter, when fixed, preventing the vehicle from going into overdrive. Misfiring sensors, like the coolant and O2 sensors, might skew the optimal oxygen-gas mixture, further contributing to stalling. Routine checks, particularly for elements like the O2 sensor, can help maintain smooth operation. If the vehicle stalls while in transit, the loss of power steering and brakes is a critical concern, necessitating a safe pullover and engine restart. The 1990 model often faces overheating and stalling issues, stemming from similar causes, such as malfunctioning coil packs or sensors. Specifically, the cooling fan on the radiator sometimes fails to activate, requiring diagnostic checks, including tapping the fan motor to check its response. If the motor remains unresponsive, the issue might relate to the fan relay or the electronic control module (ECM). Lastly, the 1987 and 1988 models, notably, present with starting problems. The 1987 model might occasionally seem fuel-deprived, particularly after short drives followed by brief breaks. Checking for a blue spark during engine cranking can help determine if the issue is fuel or spark-related. In contrast, the 1988 LE model often requires multiple cranks to start, sometimes idling at high speeds post-start. While changing the fuel pump relay hasn't consistently resolved this, a diagnostic test yielding a code 54 (related to fuel pump voltage) suggests the importance of checking the voltage directed to the pump. The relay, with distinct colored wires, may need bypassing to resolve the issue.

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