Somewhere towards the rear of the headlight assembly, there is a T15(I believe) TORX bit. The up/down angle should be directly behind the main lens assembly, and the left/right angle should be more towards the signal lenses. This applies to a 97 GP, but should be applicable. It requires an "E8" Torx SOCKET (about $3), my Torx bits wouldn't fit the adjuster. I've only found it in 1/4" drive, but that's just about right, cuz a 1/2" drive would be a tight fit for the L/R adjustment.
yes, they are always on. as in most gm vehicles they have daytime running lights.
There are adjustinf screws on the top and sides of the lights. I like to get on a country road at night and adjust them like I want them, careful not to blind oncomming drivers.
Where is the starter on a 1998 Pontiac Grand Am, 6 cylinder
drive cycle for 1998 pontiac grand prix, 3.8 engine, no super charge?
on a 1998 Pontiac gan am ,they do not have a pcv valve.
I hate to admit I searched this topic before noticing the "hr" and "mn" buttons on the bottom right of the stereo console (1998 Pontiac grand prix...stereo with equalizer built in). just press the buttons to adjust the time (with the stereo turned off).
yes as long as the grand am is a 2.4 twin cam also
I have a 1998 Pontiac Grand AM GT that coolant sensor went bad. So how do you change it with out breaking the coolant
Take it to the dealer, You don't have the proper tools to do this correctly. lol seriously? its a torx head screwdriver.. that's all that's necessary
To adjust the headlights on a 1998 Volkswagen Jetta, use the vertical adjustment screw located off the top of the headlight compartment. There is also a lateral adjustment screw within the Jetta's headlight housing unit.
The 1998 Toyota headlight have two adjustment screws. There is an adjustment screw on the top and bottom of the headlight. Turn the screws to adjust the headlight.
You can easily get all of the color codes for every wire on the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix. Pontiac has an official website homepage that has all the information on it.
where is the location of the body control module on a 1998 grand am se
It is not adjustable.
There are screws to adjust them just above the light assy.
Under the hood right by the light housing there should be a knob that you can turn manually to open the headlights
If it looks the same it will probably work.
i got no idea
The torque of the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix is 220 ft.-lbs. at 4000 rpm. This remained the standard for all sixth generation models of this car.
All 1985-1998 Pontiac Grand Ams take 19" replacement windshield wiper blades on both sides front.
Tools required are a 4mm socket to adjust the lamps with the bubble levels located on the headlamp assy.
drums should pull off with out any adjustment, you may have to perswade them, use a heavy perswader. sometimes drums are corroded and stick to the hub.