I'm not familiar with the grand am but I do own a 3.1L Pontiac engine.I believe the holes you are referring to are there in order to attach the brackets required to hoist the engine out of the engine compartment.
If you are talking about the empty bolt holes on the head by plug 2 and plug 6 the head is universal. If that head was used on the other side it would be for the coil bracket that's on the other side of the motor.
its on the right side of the engine if you follow the big black hose from the radiator to the engine its right there by the engine inside the hose!
yes it can im doing one 1 right now
it helps if there is a year? but its on the right side of the engine if you follow the big black hose from the radiator to the engine its right there by the engine inside the hose! that is for a 99 to 03
front of the engine, right under the exhaust manifold
It should be on the left or right side of the engine in one of the freezeout plug holes
99 Pontiac grand am se has a fuse box under the hood in back of engine by the windshield and also has fuse boxes on both side of the dash open the doors...right where the mirror would be on the dashboard on the side.it has holes you can put your finger in and pull the cover off.
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when looking at the engine from the top, it is on the right side. it's located on the bottom half of the engine, just in front of the oil pan (underneath the engine, it will be on the left side of the engine, near the flywheel). This is for any v6 engines in a 92 grand prix.
Belt driven accessory lower right side of engine
it is a warning light of course
Right front corner of engine, above alternater.
fuse box; right hand side of engine compartment
There are three on the left, three on the right, and two on the rear.
What engine is in the car right now and where are you located?
Normally if you follow the top radiator holes to the engine should be right underneath the thermostat housing
Ok so when you open up the hood of your grand am there is the engine cover right in the middle. The part that says quad four 2.4L. This peice has four bolts on top. If you undo these four bolts and the wiring connector located on the drivers side of the engine by the fuel lines and remove that piece and the four plastic connectors you will find the plugs way down in the holes.
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Why wouldn't it? There is NO difference between a 1999 and a 2000, as of right this second i have a 1999 Pontiac grand am with a 3.4 liter (what your looking at right now) and built it from ground up. I know plenty about cars.
YES they will bolt right on it with no problems. If this engine is to be used on the street, it would be advisable to add the steam holes to the heads. You can use the gasket as a template to mark where the holes go.
Any crankshaft is inside the engine bolted to the bottom of the engine block. Visually from the outside it would be in the center of the engine horizontally, right where the oil pan meets the engine block.
When you use the peanut butter crackers to get Spitsy to dig holes, you have to have the map to the Time capsule (from Seal island) and you have to dig in the right place (where those girls are talking in the playground). Otherwise, you get empty holes. (see related questions)
If you are looking at the front of the engine it is in the back right bolted right into the block. A harness with one wire is connected to it.
If you remove the right front plastic fender liner on the caravan, the water pump is lower right of the engine.
it should be right beside the thermostat its a 2 wire sensor usually with a blue insert on it
They are on the left, right, and rear of the block.