Some 99 Grand Prix vehicles will shift hard when it is warm. Not all of these vehicles will do this.
The Charcoal canister for a 99 Grand Prix Gt in in the drivers rear tire well. you have to remove wheel and then a plastic cover to get to it.
You can insert a suction devise down to dipstick tube.
An engine compression test on a 99 Grand Prix GTP can cost $180
it starts to close and stops
In short, yes. Long Answer: Yes they truly are the same.
The low pressure port on the 99 Grand am is on the passenger side. It is right against the firewall.
Yes, as long as they are both 4T65E transmissions they will easily replace each other, everything is the same.
It doesn't have one if its an SE.
The GP was redesigned in 2004 so parts are only interchangeable with 2004 or later. 99-2003 wont work.
You don't they have daytime running lights (they are on when the car is on).
It is under the vacuum brake booster on the drivers side. Gm manual calls for removal of the booster to ease access. Alot of work for a 5 dollar part.
i found the drain plug on my 2.4L under the exhaust manifold. These cars are ridiculous to work on :(
no it will not. most grand prix have 3.8l v6 while most luminas have 3.1lv6. the only lumina that has 3.8 is the ltz model. Also most of the 3.8lv6 found in grand prix are supercharged but if it wasn't from the factory then it wont be compatible
transmission pressure control solinoid
Under the air filter in the air cleaner box
cannot locate AC drain tube on 99 town and country. Water in drivers floor board, only when running AC.
Buy a Chilton's repair book.
book pays 9.6
If it is an equivalent year/bodystyle, yes
There are lots of different sizes so backspacing may be a problem but I believe the 88-92 grand prixs have the same bolt pattern as the 99 and up grand ams 5x115. 85-98 grand ams are 5x100 but so are 99 and up grand prixs