yes it is on the drivers door under the arm rest
You can find the paint code inside trunk, under the carpet.
Have you checked inside the car under the dash where the stering wheel is? But it's a PCM and BMC on the Grand Am's, and the scanner for the code is an OBD 2
Inside the thermostat housing, follow the upper rad hose back to the engine, under the throttle body.
check under the dash by the sterring wheel
The 2007 Pontiac G6 was produced in the United States of America under the Pontiac Brand. It was the successor to the Grand Am, another popular Pontiac car.
under the throttle body
In fuse box under hood
Under hood, passenger side, and under coolant reservoir
Opening the hood on a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am is very easy to do. The hood is opened by pulling on the hood release latch inside the car on the drivers side. After the latch is pulled the hood will release. The hood is then opened by pulling the second release under the hood.
The PCV valve is located under the MAP sensor on a 1990 Pontiac Grand Prix. The MAP sensor is in the upper plenum.
There are several rods on a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am. The connecting rods are connected to the pistons and found in the engine. Tie Rods are connected to the steering rack under the car. The radius rod is also found under the chassis and supports the majority of the cars vibrations.?æ
it is in the fuse box under the hood
the thermostat is right under your throttle body and it is difficult to get to
Under the passenger side head lamp.
it is under the dash on the driver's side
under the rear seat, or in the engine compartment.
under the throttle body.
check under the back seat
There are relays in under or by the grill
Up and under the dash /center console.
Look under the car and count them.
The turn signal relay for the 1995 Pontiac Grand Am is mounted above the fuse block. Look under the dashboard on the driver's side.
the Horn is under the passenger headlight.
It is probably the cover for your catalytic converter.