According to other sources I have found in researching this question on the web .. the problem is most likely the Shift Lever Assembly. From the MSN Site:"An occasional problem with this vehicle is the Shift Lever Assembly (Transmission Shift Lock Actuator), automatic transmission only, and the Ignition Lock Cylinder Assembly. A failure of the Shift Lever Assembly will prevent the Ignition Key from being removed from the Ignition Lock Cylinder. Failure of the Ignition Lock Cylinder may prevent he vehicle from starting. The cost to repair the Shift Lever Assembly is estimated at $73.00 for parts and $71.50 for labor. The cost to repair the Ignition Lock Cylinder is estimated tat $21.54 for parts and $39.00 for labor. All prices are estimated at $65.00 per flat rate hour and does not include diagnostic time and applicable taxes.
In the 1989 Grand Prix, the oxygen sensor is in the tail pipe. Look for a wire that is plugged into both the tail pipe and the undercarriage of the vehicle.
The Pontiac Grand Prix was produced from the years 1962 to 2008. The throttle position sensor in a 3.8 V6 Pontiac Grand Prix is located on the butterfly spindle of the throttle body.
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Had the same problem with my Grand Prix, ended up that the ignition switch had to be replaced. Hope this helps.
Your ignition lock mechanism is worn/damaged (How much junk do you have on that key ring, Bub?). It needs to be replaced.
inside the fuel tank
Push on the gear shift putting pressure forward or wiggle it as you turn the key.
all the spark plug wires are on it
pull it off der brain
Ayrton Senna McLaren-Honda
There were 19 rounds in the 2011 Formula One season: 1. Australian Grand Prix - season opener - 14 March. 2. Malaysia Grand Prix. 3. Chinese Grand Prix. 4. Turkish Grand Prix. 5. Spanish Grand Prix. 6. Monaco Grand Prix. 7. Canadian Grand Prix. 8. European Grand Prix (in Valencia, Spain). 9. British Grand Prix. 10. German Grand Prix. 11. Hungarian Grand Prix. 12. Belgian Grand Prix. 13. Italian Grand Prix. 14. Singapore Grand Prix. 15. Japanese Grand Prix. 16. Korean Grand Prix. 17. Indian Grand Prix (new). 18. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 19. Brazilian Grand Prix - season finale - 27 Nov.
Jenson Button has won 13 Grand Prix in his career: 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix 2009 Australian Grand Prix 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix 2009 Spanish Grand Prix 2009 Monaco Grand Prix 2009 Turkish Grand Prix 2010 Australian Grand Prix 2010 Chinese Grand Prix 2011 Canadian Grand Prix 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix 2011 Japanese Grand Prix 2012 Australian Grand Prix He was the 2009 World Champion with the Brawn GP team.
Ayrton Senna won five Belgian Grand Prix (1985, 1988, 1989, 1990 and 1991).
its an ignition fuse, i had the same prob with mine
Possible switch or lock cylinder
Under the dash attached to the steering column.
The camshaft position sensor on a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix is located behind the rear bearing of the camshaft. It constantly monitors the rotation of the camshaft and relays this information to the computer.
there isn't a crankshaft position sensor on a 3.8l motor in a 1999 Pontiac grand prix according to the manual
pull it apart
No,they debuted in 1994 as standard dual front airbags.
He won the Belgian Grand Prix five times in the following years:19851988198919901991
Tor Endresen has: Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1987. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1988. Played Himself - Norwegian Backing Vocal in "The Eurovision Song Contest" in 1988. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1989. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1990. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1992. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1993. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1994. Played Himself - Norwegian Entry: 24th Place in "The Eurovision Song Contest" in 1997. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1997. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 1999. Played himself in "Melodi grand prix" in 2005.