Check the fuse first. If OK, check for power getting to the washer pump by removing the pump from the reservoir tank. First you'll have to remove about 3 or 4 screws from the front of the wheel well... Open up the wheel well with your hand... You should see the small pump connected to the resevior tank... Disconnect the hoses and let the reservoir tank empty. Disconnect the power plug to the pump... Remove the pump... Test the pump by connecting it to a 12 volt tester... If the pump doesn't operate, your pump is shot... This is a common occurance in GM products.
Purchase a new pump at your locate automotive store... Replace the pump and save yourself a hefty mechanic fee... It only takes about a half and hour...
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Check exhaust hangeers and clamps Check the heat shield on the catalytic converter Cold be a broken baffle inside the muffler
94 grand ams are fuel injected, not carburated. There is no carburetor to check
check under the dash by the sterring wheel
sealed system or not
Check your fuse.
were is the starter relay fuse on a 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix
Check the temperature sensor
Check the fuses
Check your fuel filter.
check under the back seat
after you fill the coolant bottle, tap on the side with a screw driver, your float is sticking, this also happens with the washer fluid bottle. if that don't work check your wires going to the bottle
6x9, but to be sure go to circuitcity.com and check there.
Check the EPA site!
Check the answer to "where is the turn signal on a 1996 Pontiac grand prix?" If your looking for the hazard flasher it's mounted closer to the front and it's easier to access.
I would check under the reservoir
check in the fuse box probly right side
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Check the brake fluid level, check for air in the system, check the pad level, check the discs for scoring.
Check your fuse box for a blown fuse and also check your connections at the blower motor.
The spark plug gap for a 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix is .060. Most plugs come pregapped for your vehicle but it is always a good idea to check them.
i was wondering the same thing i'm getting ready to check and then ill let you know
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.