more than likely it is your starter telling you "hey bud, yeah its time"
My 99 was doing the same thing. Turned out to be a bad starter. Replaced it and took some pics along the way. You can see them at the following link.
you might wanna chage the plugs and wires. what other symptoms does the car have. i am having the same problem in my 2003 pontiac grand prix gt
Yes, many have swapped them into Grand Prix's and Lemans' of the same year. You will need the motor mounts for the Pontiac V8, and the transmission must match the Pontiac bellhousing (it is not the same as the Chevy pattern). Other minor issues may creep up such as throttle linkage, wiring (starter is on the opposite side), exhaust (I believe the Pontiac manifolds will clear the frame), but the are not insurmountable.
The Pontiac Grand Prix GXP was released in the year 2005. The GXP is an updated version of previous Pontiac Grand Prix models. The GXP differs from other models because it has a more stylized body.
Bad battery connection, bad starter connection, bad negative ground to engine, battery to fender grounds, etc.
There are many places you can find accessories for the Pontiac Grand Prix. These places include: Amazon, Best Buy, CarID, and other third party sites.
Prevents the vehicle from starting in other than Park or Neutral
The best place to look is www.autopartswarehouse.com. Its a great place to find any parts from pontiac, or any other manufactuar.
The same as any other car. click the link I am posting.
The Pontiac Grand Prix door latch has adjustments to move the latch up and down and in and out. Loosen the adjustment screws. Keep moving the latch in one direction or the other, until the door catches the latch.
you need a disconect tool for one side and 2 wrenches for the other
under the hood with the other fuses. it is # 18 will be a black fuse rippin315
THERE ARE ONLY THREE WIRES AND ONE SHOULDN T FIT THE OTHER ONE LOKS LIKE A SPEAKER TYPE PLUG THE OTHER IS FROM THE BATTERY THE OTHER WHERE ELSE... TO AND PROCAUTION JUST LOOK HOW AND REMEMBER WHICH ONE CAME OFF WHICH PRONG,JUST REMEMBER TO UNHOOK THE POSITIVE IN THIS PROCEEDER.AT THIS TIME IWOULD OBSERVE THE HOT WIRE FIRST FROM THE STARTER...GOOD LUCK
yes it can the car i bought has a 1998 body and trans with a 2005 gtp supercharged engine it will fit. most all Pontiac engines will swap with other Pontiac models same goes with most every other car company.
It depends on what motor the 2 vehicles have, if they both have the 3.1, then yes, if one has the 3.4 and the other has the 3.1, then no, and vice versa.
No. Mustang pattern is 5x114.3 and grand prix is 5x115. But they will fit as long as the backspacing is correct
A bad fuel pump can cause your 1998 Pontiac Grand Am engine to randomly stop running. The fuel pump might be working at times and then at other times not working.
take the light off and put the other one in you jack@$$
Probably not. One is a GM product, the other a ford product. Try fitting one and find out.
the 2000 Pontiac grand am does not and never has had a 3.8L it only had a 2.4L quad four, 2.2L Ecotec and a 3.4L (optional ram air for i believe 10 horsepower). other cars with the 3.8L include Chevrolet impala, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Pontiac grand prix, Buick regal, Buick lesabre. I think ive got them all i hope this answers and corrects your question
What do you mean it will start up half way? If the car will start then it can't possibly be a problem with your solenoid. If the solenoid is bad then the car would not start at all. If you hear just a clicking noise then that means your solenoid is fine but that the starter itself is malfunctioning or that there is not ample power to turn the starter over once the solenoid has engaged. One other problem could be high resistance in the wire that connects direct battery power over to the starter.
Any GM car with the same 8th digit in the VIN.
replace your starter assembly
Yes, as long as they are both 4T65E transmissions they will easily replace each other, everything is the same.
follow the spark plug wire starting at the spark plug end, when you get to the other end its connected to the coil
Most radiators are located in the front of the motor, there should be a cap on one side or the other of it to add water.