In the glove box.
196 degrees Fahrenheit.
Defective sensor? Usually in coolant recovery trank
The G6 GTP is classified under the Pontiac brand of automobiles. Pontiac is one of the brands of General Motors. The G6 GTP was produced from 2004 to 2009.
12.3 quarts or so says my 99gtp's manual.
stock is 195 unless changed by a tuned pcm.
Next to the oil filter
there should only be 1,located on the drivers side of the engine
I KNOW TRYING TO LOCATE THE PCV ON 2004 GTP IS FUSTRATING, I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM! SPEAKING TO THE PONTAIC DEALER I WAS TOLD IT IS LOCATED ON THE DRIVERS SIDE, ON THE SUPER CHARGER. GOOD LUCK!!!!
No, front wheel drive
260 hp and 280 tq.
It is right below the thermostat housing on the drivers side of the engine, below the throttle body.
the best fuel would be 91 octane or premieum.
im pretty sure its a 3.6 pulley
on top of the engine underneath the cover. you cant miss it.
There is a value that regulates the airflow can't think of what it is but it. Controls the air for the dual climate control and that gets stuck sometimes my 98 gtp is Doing the same thing check out some forums
87 Octane providing that it does not "ping" excessively - if it does use an 89 Octane
6.5" in the front, 6x9 in the rear.
GTP stands for Gross Territorial Product.
financial aspect of gtp
There is no safety switch that can be operated manually . The engine does however have a fuel cutoff switch integrated in to the oil pressure switch/sending unit that shuts off the fuel pump to protect the engine in case of loss of oil pressure.
Grand Touring Prototype
The major difference is that the GTP is supercharged.