Distributors and Distributor Caps
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Where is the distributor cap on a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE 2.4l?

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2006-05-26 14:08:32
2006-05-26 14:08:32

it doesnt have a distributor cap. it has a coil pack AND...the coil packs are located under the cover on top of the engine.

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