Do you know what is specifically wrong with the hub. There isn't much to them other than they hold on the tire and have bearings to turn on the axle. If I needed one of these I would go to the salvage yard to find one. Check with car-part.com and it will search the salvage yards to find one for you. ..
the hubs on 97 + GP are unserviceable single unit that contains the wheel speed sensor these are a remove and replace unit only
No, the Pontiac G8, which is the Grand Prix replacement is, but the Grand Prix hasn't been rear wheel drive ever since the 70's.
The Pontiac grand prix became front wheel drive in 1988-present. Before '88 it was rear wheel drive.
just pull on it!
under the rear seat, or in the engine compartment.
No, front wheel drive
No. From 1992 to 2008 (final model year), the Pontiac Grand Prix was a front-wheel drive vehicle. Prior to 1992, the Grand Prix was rear-wheel drive. The Grand Prix was never an all-wheel drive vehicle.
the door speakers are 5.25" round, and the rear deck speakers are 6x9".
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.
You need to remove the rear seat to access the speakers and remove the covers.
front and rear are disc
The 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix was offered in 3.1 and 3.4L engine options. Both featured an independent rear suspension using struts, trailing arms and a stabilizer bar.
The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix rear deck speaker covers are held in place by four retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws to remove the covers.
I know you have to remove the upper intake but how difficult is this?
www.sonicelectronix.com is my favorite site and knows exactly what will fit.
It it toward the rear og the car drivers side just ahead of the rear wheel. J
I believe that there were rear wheel drive grand prixs until the 90s at which point they changed to front wheel drive
Answerfront bank (radiator side) 2-4-6 rear bank 1-3-5 Info from a 03 grand prix se 3.1
needs swaybar bushings
The emergency brakes are whatever your rear brake pads are.
with a tool that looks like a cube and you attach to a ratchet
on passenger side near rear of motor. Here's a writeup. http://hubpages.com/hub/Starter-Removal-1999-Pontiac-Grand-Prix
look under the car by the rear drivers doorif i remember right mine was there
Usually located on the accumulator at the rear of engine compartment on passenger side
there are straps in the trunk bhind the backseats hanging by the rear speakers
depending on which you are trying to change i know the rear seat needs to be removed to access the rear speakers. there is no other way to remove the rear dash and or grilles