The ECM is underneath the coolant reservoir on the passenger side of the engine compartment. VERY carefully unhook the wiring harness on its' side and lift it out. You can get a refurbished unit for about $80 at most parts stores. There is a small chip inside that needs to be switched over to the new module; have the guys at the store show you how. That little part costs about $160 and does NOT come with the replacement module.
where is the computer location on 10/1999 Pontica grand prix(srs)
where is the fuse for the trip computer on a 2001 gran prix
no one knows.it's a mystery!
Maybe integrated with hazard module
its programmed in to the computer. u will either have to buy an HP Tuners module or order a custom reprogrammed pcm from zzperformance.com its programmed in to the computer. u will either have to buy an HP Tuners module or order a custom reprogrammed pcm from zzperformance.com
It is the computer.
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Under the dash attached to the steering column.
Yes, it requires transmission, engine wiring harness and computer from donor car.
There are decent diagrams in Chilton's GM Lumina/Grand Prix/Cutlass Supreme/Regal 1988-96 repair manual.
Computer controlled not adjustable
If you're mechanically inclined I recommend you buying a Chiltons or Haynes repair manual for the 1992 Grand Prix. Most provide the info on removing and reinstalling these parts also you might check your local library/s for these manuals. , EzForJesus
The computer is a really complex part. A mechanic will be able to do it for you so you do not mess anything up.
Italian Grand Prix
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
My turn signal switch died on my 92 Grand Prix. Rather than attempting the repair, I took it to a shop. The steering column had to be removed to get to the switch.
Found mine right behind the ash tray
Well, mine was in the air filter box.
How to reset the computer 1999 pontiac grand prix gt 3800 series II v6?
There are no timing settings to set in a 1979 Grand Prix. The 3.4 L and the 3.1L and the 3.8 L that Pontiac used in its lineups all had computer controlled timing.
Buy a Chilton's repair book.
Buy the Hayes Repair manual and it details the procedure