I drove it for two weeks until a chunk of the spring that broke the reason it was slipping so bad worked it's way up past the oil filter and broke the gear in the oil pump. Only a few simple tools and about an hour are needed to replace one. After removing the two 10mm sockets, you can easily access any of the bulbs in the headlight assembly. I've never used any others. It only made it worse and it never caught gear after that.
I've never used any others. I tried to get everything on one page, which makes it harder to read. It's just a poor design. I've seen people use some with some good success and I've also seen them take the trany all the way out. It had more power than any car that I had ever purchased - but also netted the best gas milage of any car I ever owned - a really nice plus. I poured it in and drove the thing home 50 miles.
It has never ever had any problems with it. Any help would be great. WheelSystemFilter selectedWheelSystemList, null ; wheelSystemFilter. When the front brake pads started squealing on my '01 Grand Prix, I knew it was time to replace them. The car's paint still looks practically showroom fresh after 10 long years under the Florida sun except for a few dings and scratches.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional. Well the first time I got the motor running I thought I had a bad trans because the car would not move when I put it in any of the gears. I bought a car with a bad trans that would not move no matter how high it was reved. Rusted from the inside out. That stuff is thick as molasses. Smoke from oil leaking onto exhaust manifold. It's been my experience that posting multiple images, only the first image posts, not the others.
BodyTypeFilter selectedBodyTypeGroupIdList, bodyTypeGroupIdToNameMap, null ; bodyTypeFilter. I would like for the seat to come up higher, but for normal height people it is fine. DealRatingFilter selectedRatingList, null ; ratingFilter. Sep 2013198387 km Replaced the Catalytic converter. We bought this used, 153200 miles on it.
It only takes a few minutes to swap out the old bulb for a new one and no tools are needed. I must say that I absolutely love this car. Another common problem with older Pontiac Grand Prix vehicles is condensation or water droplets appearing inside the headlight or tail light assemblies. DoorsFilter selectedDoorsList, null ; doorsFilter. We have been going strong 36000 miles later and no problems of late. Driving on the highway in heavy traffic and long term exposure to the sun can cause your car's headlights to become pitted, hazy and yellowed. My car's power steering system must have developed a small leak since I've had to top off the fluid every 6 to 8 months.
Answered on Dec 05, 2017 103 views Click on the link. Loved all of the features, engine was tried and true. To help keep the cooling system in your Pontiac Grand Prix working efficiently, I'd recommend draining and filling the radiator with a fresh mixture of 50% coolant and 50% distilled water every few years. However, to T-bone a car while going 35-40 miles an hour and walk away under my own power is pretty awesome. It is a well built car, the engine is laid out nice no need to remove manifolds, etc. No tools are necessary to replace a fog light bulb, but removing the assembly can make it an easier job.
Front wheel bearings started to make noise so I replaced them. This job was done previously at around 80,000 miles. Same problem as recall on frt gasket but no recall on rear gasket? Remove the mounting screws from the left air temperature actuator. Around 220 dollars later I have Made all the necessary repairs to the motor and it sounds good but now I have noticed a problem with the transmission. After 90,000 miles, it was time to finally replace the rear brake pads which generally last twice as long as the front brake pads. Today the blower stop working all together. But I attended a class for high school students and others who want, or need, a refresher course in vehicle dynamics and defensive driving.
This is why most shops won't service transmissions with shifting problems or burnt fluid. NewUsedFilter selectedNewUsedList, null ; newUsedFilter. I would like to save this transmission if i can. That's just a vague description but if you want a detailed one let me know and I'll write one. SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter.
It turns out it just takes a little revving and it will catch and feel like it slams into gear. The pressure solenoid was needed to be replaced. Transmission shudders, shaking entire car, when hits 80+Kph. Comfortable and fun to ride in, but you always feel safe. TransmissionFilter selectedTransmissionList, transmissionTemplate ; } listingsSearchManager.