The orfice can be found either in the ac condinser or at a coupling sometimes at the radator but it is the ac line on the high side I do believe.
Trouble code P0118 means: Engine Coolant Temperature Circuit High Input Replace the Coolant Temp Sensor
Trouble code P0108 means:MAP Sensor Circuit High Input
the low beam part of the bulb could be bad.
i have an 03 grand prix and yes it was the blower motor resistor also check there is a fuse for fan low and fan high or something like that
burn high octane and keep it under 2000 rpm
Check for a bad blower resistor at blower motor
Its on the stearing colume up real high some dash assembly might need removed
the low and high beam are in one bulb. remove the battery and air filter and you will have access to them
A brand new Pontiac grand prix gxp gets around 19 miles per gallon on regular gas. In the city it gets sixteen and on the high way it gets around twenty five.
If you have a Carquest auto supplier nearby, part #209283 (Blower motor w/wheel) and check the resister (if you only have high speed) also. Approx $200.00
Its causes gear shifts at high throttle at 5800 rpms instead of at 3800 - 4400 as stock computer will do in GTP
around 2 meters i think.......
did you find a solution yet
Normal temp ranges are from 180 to 192 degrees F. Low temps can indicate an open thermostat, high temps can ruin an engine.
It could be worth in a low retail situation $3,875. Average retail $6,950. High retail $13,800. It is all about condition and factory options.
I had this problem with my 2002 Grand Prix where it would only work on high, and even then only worked sometimes. I had to have the whole unit replaced. It was around $400.
To get stars (up to three) you will have to have to get a high ranking and speed time in Grand Prix.
Sounds like an electrical problem. Only way to determine is to take it to a reputable shop and have them dignosis the problem.
the inside bulbs are the high beams.
Defective heater resistor pack.
The blower motor resistor circuit board has gone bad. Replace the blower motor resistor. I did Still dont work Try the fuses...Had the same problem and it was a blown fuse.