How do you change the supercharger belt tensioner in 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP?
will the supercharger on Pontiac grand prix fit an work on a Chevy 4.3 s 10
What makes a supercharger squeal like a bearing is going out
In a word, no.
no. you can use any oil in the engine. But only use GM supercharger oil for the supercharger.
on top of the engine underneath the cover. you cant miss it.
Use SAE 5w30 Full Synthetic.
Very simply, the GT has a 3.8L v6, and the GTP has the exact same 3.8L with a supercharger on it that adds about 40 HP.
Grand Prix's in '93 did not come with superchargers. Supercharged engines were not introduced until the 1997 model year.
check and chang supercharger oil.
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The pump and reservoir are located between the centerline of the engine and the firewall on the passenger side of the car.
no. but it is recommened because of the higher octane its better for the supercharger and you will consume more power.
Pontiac or any local GM dealer should be your first phone call. As I recall they are filled at the factory and the fluid does not need to be replaced.
A 1999 Grand Prix GTP uses an EATON M90 supercharger that displaces 90 cubic inches of air during every revolution. This results in a rating of 240 horsepower at the crank at 5200RPM, and a "pavement pounding" 280ft-lb of torque at 3600RPM!
Yes, there is a supercharger for the 2001 grand am.
Pontiac Grand Am was created in 1973.
no 1997 and up
No, there should be no play in the shaft if you move it back n forth. Usually that is a sign that the coupler went bad inside of the supercharger.
Yes, you can drive without the Supercharger belt for as long as necessary.