If its a V6, the 2000 grand am would have to be a GT. If it's a 4 cyl, then yes it could fit.
yes it should bolt right up as well as the original motor and tranny
I would estimate $2,500-3,000
??...i would say the kind that lubricates...??
That is a front wheel drive, transverse mounted motor, so I do not see it. The Grand Prix, now, would work, because they did it in the Impala. The Grand am is a little too small.
wiper motor bout worn out. my 1998 merc does the same. replace ya wiper motor.
Bad motor mounts an earthquake
If the same year, the 4.7L in a Jeep Grand Cherokee would be the same.
In older cars 4v = a four barrel carburetor. 2v would be a two barrel and a 1v would be one barrel
blower motor bad or no power to it chech fuses blower switch blower motor
it depends on the corvette, but assuming its an 87 corvette and an 87 grand national both stock, i would say that it would probably be the grand national but it depends on the track, and if one of them has a ferrari enzo motor
Yes and no. As long as the motor is the same, the harness should be the same.
Try Blower Motor Resistor. It would on the Passenger side under the dash
Blown FuseIf the fuse is not blown you'll need to first check if the motor itself is good by figuring out which terminals are suppling power to the motor and checking what voltage is coming to the motorIf there is power to the motor you'll need to test the motor
for what motor? a 3.8 L would be 0.060
im not totally sure, but i dont see why not. It was only one year off, and they made the 1996 in a 3.1, and a 3.4 gtp, so i would think they were virtually identical.
Most likely the motor will be a shaded pole induction motor. If the food mixer has a place for brushed on the side of the motor and are oppositely opposed to each other, then it would be a universal motor.
The manual trans would be the AX5 5 speed fully synchronized.
It could be that the window motor has stopped working.
where do you live, would you be willing to sell your gtp? i have a 97 that is wrecked and ive been looking for one to put the engine in. please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. please no other emails
I presume you're speaking of the motor under the hood? The one that powers the car? Or not ~ Your question is a bit vague. It could be your wiper motor, or a power window motor, or an electric seat motor. If you could give us a bit more information, we can be of more help. :)
Because the resistor is shot on my 93 jeep the motor runs on high all the time so I am having to order a resistor which should cure the problem but I would replace the motor also.
The motor cross racer attempted to jump the grand canyon- a temerity not even the biggest dare devil would do.
Bad battery connection, bad starter connection, bad negative ground to engine, battery to fender grounds, etc.
Anything is possible, but that would not be easy or cheap.Anything is possible, but that would not be easy or cheap.