This is for the timing chain tensioner that does not have the shoe attached to it. To reset the tensioner, push the inner piston all of the way down inside of the outer piston that it sits in. This may take a little work since the inner piston will be filled with oil and is spring loaded. Just work it a little at a time until you can push the inner piston all of the way in and it locks in place. Now check and see if the inner piston will spring out properly. Push in on the inner piston hard and release it quickly. Try to keep your hand over it just in case it pops out all of the way. I haven't seen it happen, but have heard about it. It kind of works like a "click" pen. It should pop out all of the way where you can see little holes around the inner piston. If it catches anywhere in between it's travel, reset it a few times to try and get it working smoothly. If it keeps on catching, it is recommended to purchase a new one since it will not set properly when it is installed. It cost me around $38.00 for a new one and is a lot less of a headache than tearing the side of the motor apart again if the old one does not set properly. To install it into the motor, push the inner piston all of the way in until it locks in place. If you purchase a new one, pop the innner piston in and out a few times. New tensioners like to stick a little since they have been locked in place for a while. With the inner piston all of the way in, bolt the tensioner in place with the shoe already installed. With a small pry bar or screwdriver, push down the inner piston. You can use the shoe as a leverage point, but be careful not to twist it too much so that it breaks. This will have to be done as quickly as you can just like when you were pushing it in by hand. It may take a couple of times, but should pop out. I personally like to put the bolt for the harmonic balancer in place and slowly turn the crank shaft in a clockwise motion to try and get some of the slack out of the timing chain. This should take care of it and hopefully there won't be a timing chain rattle.
how i can reset the security sistem for a Pontiac 2001 grand am
how do you reset the tire pressure warning light on a 2004 pontiac grand prix
You cant "reset" the timing on these. It has computer controlled ignition timing. If there is a timing problem check the crank sensor.
The ABS light on a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am can be reset by connecting an OBDII code reader to the vehicle's computer. It can reset all codes and determine their cause.
How to reset service light on a 2004 grand am
does not have one
Pontiacs do not use inertia/reset swithces.
Have the SRS repaired by a qualified technician and they will reset the light.
To reset the dash cluster in a '96 Pontiac Grand Am remove both battery cables for 30 seconds. Wait for the theft lock icon to disappear then turn the car back on. The dash cluster should reset.
No, a 2002 Pontiac Grand Am does not have a fuel reset button. The best way to identify any problems is to either have a mechanic look at it or to check the fuse and relay to ensure there is a proper connection.
Driver side fuse box there is a switch you push to reset.
Unplug the battery for a few minutes, pos and neg posts. This will reset the system.
how to reset fuel pump,on Pontiac grand prix GTP
1. For a 2.4 Quad you have a plunger that bolts on which gets it's pressure from the oil pump. The tensioner just needs to be reseated no bolts required it will set next to a piston type plunger and all you need to do is manualy turn the engine 2 to 3 turns and if the plunger is good the little piston should come out and put pressure on the tensioner and tighten the chain. If it does not come out assuming you have plenty of oil in your engine then you need to replace the tensioner which is around $40.00. Tensioner has a round hole in it and slides over a pin on the inside housing and if the plunger is working it will reload the tensioner. After engine restart you may hear the chain as if it is loose but the oil pressure will balance out the needed plunger pressure aganist the timing chain and will quiet down.
where is the computer location on 10/1999 Pontica grand prix(srs)
unplug the 12v batt for at least 30's
after the cause of the code is repaired, you reset with a scan tool, or by unhooking the battery.
How to reset the computer 1999 pontiac grand prix gt 3800 series II v6?
Timing belts are replaced, not reset.
The tire pressure monitoring system varies on Pontiac Grand Prix depending on the year of the car as some years do not have the TPMS. To reset the TPMS light, refer to the manual for your car.
how to grand reset in zhypermu? how to join in grand reset
Turn the key on. Depress the gas pedal and release 3 times slowly. Should reset it.
take it 2 the shop take it 2 the shop
I dnt know go to auto zone