get your transmission modulator replaced
Disconnect the battery for a few minutes. This should clear the code. Unless you have fixed the problem that set the code it will come on again.
My grandson had to replace the motor mounts on his Pontiac Grand Prix last year and now the mechanic says they need replaced again. He has hardly driven it. How can that be
with jumper cables..... once again im not a mechanic , this is just a guess.
Never ask this questin again OK you STUPID AND IDIOT
I can almost Guarentee you that is your fuel pressure regulator not holdin enough psi. Very Common problem in gm 3.8 engines
The 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix is not E85 compatible. The easiest way to verify off hand is to check with either a website such as http://alternativefuels.about.com/od/flexfuelsffvs/a/e85compathub.htm or to locate the VIN number (generally in the driver door or door frame, or the driver's side of the dashboard through the windshield) and identify the 8th digit of the VIN which is the engine code, and call the local Pontiac dealership's service department and provide them with that information, as well as the size of the engine, and they should be able to tell you right away exactly what fuel your vehicle can run. But again, as my knowledge goes, the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix is not compatible. I did however notice that some of the General Motors cars were indeed compatible, so you may want to go ahead and run your information past Pontiac directly.
My Pontiac Grand Am is stalling after it gets warm - about 15 to 20 minutes. I can let it set for 30 minutes and it will start back up until it gets hot again. I have trouble shot everything with the exception of the brain box and the IAC valve. Where is the IAC valve located? What do I need to do to change it? if this is what your car is doing, have you checked your ignition module. i had a grand prix that did the same thing. it would run for 5 to 10 miles then just die for 30 minutes till it cooled. something about how when it got hot it expanded and lost contact with the coil packs and when it cooled it contracted and you would get a good spark on the coil packs. try that and see what happens.
Clear the codes. drive the car a bit and check the codes again.
I Do my own oil changes on my Grand Prix GXP. I have seen many responses of for 6L. I add only 126.96.36.199L of Oil.. The Dip stick shows the oil level at the top of the hash marks (max) when the car is off. When I start the car and run it for a few minutes and shut if off. Check the oil level again level is at ( min) ..If I wait 5 minutes the level is at the max. 6L of Oil will over fill the engine and could cause damage... Does anyone know the correct level. The Kidd
the same as the firing order set all your intake valves then go thur again and set your exh. valves.
You ask your car. If he doesnt answer, try again. Ask anything! We seriously answer your questions!
??? Your question makes no sense. Ask this question again and this time in an understandable manner. List the engine size.
crank sensor ?
Open the radiator petcock and drain coolant into a container. Dispose of all coolant properly as it is toxic to animals. Close petcock and fill system with water. Run the engine for several minutes with the heat on high. Drain the system again. Several repeats of this procedure will flush the radiator and engine for the Firebird.
Between 10 minutes and 20 hours, depending on where you board the train. Ask again with the origin listed.
I do not own a Pontiac Grand Prix, but am looking into buying one. My father in-law, who is a dealer, told me that they are very reliable and if the maintenance is kept up, they'll run practically forever. There seems to be no major trouble spots in Consumers Guide Automotive, which reinforces that they are very reliable. http://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/2004-to-2007-pontiac-grand-prix-2.htmhttp://consumerguideauto.howstuffworks.com/2004-to-2007-pontiac-grand-prix-2.htm MSN Autos indicates that it has infrequent problems (the best rating) on every listing. This again reinforces that they'll "run forever". http://autos.msn.com/research/vip/Reliability.aspx?year=2005&make=Pontiac&model=Grand%20Prix&trimid=-1 So what is the lifetime? If I get one, I'll be trying for 200,000+ miles.
Note what you theflt light is doing, then ask this question again. Also, consider tapping lightly on the accelerator pedal as you sart the car.
BOLT PATTERN?,,, which one?,,,,wheel?tranny belhousing? head? there are several others on that car also. be more specific, and ask again.,,,,,,Jamison.
First of all, if the battery was low enough you had to jump start it, 15 minutes isn't nearly enough to recharge it. You either have a bad battery or a bad alternator. Either of which you can have tested at a parts store.
It will depend on the engine size. For a 4-cylinder, expect a timing chain to cost anywhere from $40-60, depending on the brand and the store. For a V6, the chain will cost in the ballpark of $35-55. Again, price will vary depending on specific brand and which store you call.
We have had the Michelin Harmony on our Dodge Grand Caravan for a while. We are thinking about going with them again (in about 4 months ) or trying the Michelin HydroEdge.
catylatic converter is plugged
There is no such thing as a 1966 GTO Judge. This model was available in the model year 69, 70, and 71. Also the engine will fit in the engine bay, however all the mounts with need to be changed. Adapt mount kits are available from Summit Racing I believe. Also, depending on which transmission you intend on using, the engine will NOT bolt up to a Pontiac trans, however, again, adapt kits are available. Ask for a B-O-P adapter (Buick-Olds-Pontiac).