1991 mercury cougars use shocks and struts
Cars would use shocks or struts in front but not both.
All Chevrolet Celebrity's use struts in the front. As information they use shocks in the rear suspension.
Shocks- some are air shocks. Shocked?
what tools do i use to change the front brakes in my 2003 Pontiac grand prix
"Shocks"...The Taurus/Sables use McPherson struts on the front suspension - which is basically a shock/coil spring assembly.Rear suspension on the other hand... Station wagon models use a separate shock & coil spring design. Sedans use McPherson struts.Many people continue to use the two terms in describing the same thing.All this is intended to help sort out the sometimes very confusing terminology.See "Related Questions" below for specific instructions for front and rear shocks/struts.
All use strut / coil assemblies on the front. I think the station wagons use shocks (at least my 1987 Taurus wagon did IF I recall correctly). See "Related Questions" below for more
The Toyota Corolla All-Trac Wagon uses struts in the front end. Many Toyota vehicles use a front strut assembly unless otherwise noted.
You have to get all the coins in each race/level, unlock all characters, then, you can use Super Sonic in Grand Prix. I beat the game.
The 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix can use any SAE certified coolant. In normal climates, the coolant can be mixed half-and-half with water.
(Licenced Technician) -- 1990 Mercury Grand Marquis does not use struts. It uses coil springs with separate shocks for the front and rear - except for some of the upscale trim Grand Marquis models, which run computer-controlled air suspension in the rear. Why are you wanting the "struts" changed? Are you having handling problems? Does the car sit low on one side? I have owned a 1991 Crown Vic and a 1989 Grand Marquis; front shocks are not really difficult (for me) to change; front coil springs are much more difficult. These cars were known for sometimes breaking coil springs. Unless you have a good solid garage floor, a couple of floor jacks, a complete set of line-up bars, and access to air tools, I would not recommend doing this job yourself. Hope this helps.
A chip? If you mean a chip for a performance upgrade, then you should know that the Grand Prix does not use a chip. You have to get your PCM (Computer) reprogrammed. Check out zzperformance.com
Shocks use springs as a separate component. Struts have springs built in and are considered to be one unit. You also must note that a Strut also has a combined control along with the rack-pinion of the steering system ... as to where the shock whether it be a shock or a coil-over shock only control the jounce of the springs.FYI Strut in it's simplest meaning is a brace or to brace ...meaning if you remove the componet will the vehicle drop to the point where it is immovable...Car makers are making coil over shocks that play the role of Struts.
yes you can use the 3400 in your car if it has the 3100 in it, just take the intake off of the 3100 and use it on the 3400 and install back into the car. works fine, i just done it to my 1999 grand prix, it gave it more power and the CPU will adjust the settings for you.
The 3.8 liter V6 and the 5.3 liter V8 engines used in a 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix both use a timing CHAIN
On a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix : Both the 3.8 liter V6 engine and the 5.3 liter V8 engine use a timing CHAIN
10w30 in the summer and 5w30 in the winter
I suppose you could use higher springs on the struts in the front and different coil over shocks in the back but the ride is really going to suffer and possibly not be able to be aligned properly. Best off going to a shop that specializes in suspension parts and modifications. That is what they do.
I use an old trick I learned that has served me well. Bounce up and down on the front bumper. The car should stop bouncing after 2-3 bounces. If it keeps going after that I'd consider the shocks worn. Front and rear shocks can wear at different rates, so repeat the test on both the front and back of the car. One set can be good while the others are not.
I have a 2004 gt2 and only use regular gas with no problems.
For normal climates, use 10W-30 oil.
I have a 2003 grand prix GT and the unlock code is 1040. use the hours and minutes and then press AM/FM. wait and it should work.
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I would not use anything less than 89 Octane
For a temporary repair, yes and use as directed.