Where is the auxiliary audio input jack in a 2000 grand am?
Most, if not all, of these radio do NOT have an aux input. After market car audio shops will have a device that will plug into the antenna jack so that you can tune in your MP3 player via the radio.
This antenna adapter has much better reception than the average FM Transmitter.
FM is one idea but the sound quality is not that good, there is nothing better than
digital audio directly into the Pontiac radio preamp
Most Pontiac radios come with a source or aux button this is for the external CD changer or auxiliary audio input. If you look on the back side of the radio there is a free 9 pin plug you need a GM9-AUX
search on any search engine for
Pontiac Auxiliary Input Converters
Not in the vehicle in 2000 The good news is that almost all Honda radios from 1995 and up are capable of doing this, there are adapters made for Honda radios these plug into the back of the Radio using the external CD changer plug and with that you can input music from any portable audio device To find the correct adapter just do a search on any search engine for Honda Auxiliary Input Converter…
On my 2000 Grand Cherokee Laredo 4.7 are 2 sensors. They are both located on drivers side of transmission. The one close to bell housing is input shaft speed sensor. The one at end of transmission is output shaft speed sensor. My input sensor went bad but replaced both. Both sensors are the same. Fairly easy to change out. About $47.00 each at dealer.