possable voltage drain check alternator
sounds like t.c.c solenoid.[torque converter clutch solenoid]
Yes....every car since at least the 50's and 60's have a high beam indicator.
I had a 1988 Pontiac Sunbird GT with the 2.0L Turbocharged engine. I replaced the alternator every 26K mi. I believe this was due to the underhood temperatures caused by the turbo. I had the car for 123K mi. before I sold it. Still in great shape. Could be due to a short in the electrical system or a bad ground.
take every thing you own out of the car then take the cutting tourch and start cutting evry thing you see then burn the car .. hope this helps
Every 60,000 miles.
Ultrasonic gauges need to be replaced every couple of years depending on how many times they are used. They are easily replaced so why not do it when you feel their usefulness is done.
use synthetic every 7500.
You can easily get all of the color codes for every wire on the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix. Pontiac has an official website homepage that has all the information on it.
Try to take off the dashborad panel where you ca see at the back of it the panel diagram of dashboard light while the other part where you disconnect it theres is a wiring connector so you try to look at it the color coded of every wire that goes to panel diagram and by multimeter test every the same color wire for connectivity that goes through the fuse box coz sometimes the problem is only bad connection that causes of years vibrations when cars run through....
nope. you should change them 2 -3 weeks. but you can decide to keep them in longer if you want.
So that they didn't have to unload and then reload every car when changing gauges.
information systems are like the dashboard on your car-they give you feedback on your performance
Every post on the Tumblr dashboard has a heart and "reblog" on top of it. Click on reblog and then you reblog it onto your Tumblr.
there is a spark plug for every cylinder so there are four spark plugs 14 or 16 gauges
I don't know the cost as that depends on where you live, but may I give you some advice. As the water pump is driven by the timing belt, if this car has over 100,000 miles on it, replace the timing belt at the same time as the belt. This will save you money down the road when the pump fails. The belt should be replaced every 60,000 miles.
around every 5,000 to 7,000 miles
Fuel tank gauges are rarely accurate. It is best to use your trip odometer and monitor your mileage to determine actual gas quantity. Ron: Many cars/trucks use thermal gauges for indicating gas, temperature and oil levels...which means...as the current thru the gauge varies (changed by the sensor) it warms up a heater element (wrapped around a "bimetal" strip). The bimetal strip bends as it heats up and moves the "needle" in the gauge. The more the current, the hotter the element, the higher the gauge goes. Unfortuantly, this process is a slow one, so, to bring the guages up to temperature quickly, the dashboard power has a "voltage regulator" which applys a maximum current (for a few seconds) to the dashboard gauges when you first start a vehicle. After that, it pulses the gauges every second or so. The regulator usually has some "adjustment" to the timing pulse so you can adjust for the "high point" of all of gauges. So, if you fill up your car while it is running, the gauge wont change as fast as you fill it up and it may show less than full (more so in colder weather)...or you could have a bad gauge, sender, wire, ground or voltage regulator.
every 25,000 miles or every five oil changes which ever comes first.
Dex-cool is recommended to be changed every 5 years.
Same as every other car....In the fuel tank.
Yes. If memory serves, you want to do that about every 30,000 miles.
Every Trans Am from 1969-2002 was rear wheel drive.
Definitely the 1972. 5 in the crank, 1 for the filter.As far as my experience has been, just about every Pontiac holds a total of 6 quarts with a filter change.
The cabin air filter on a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am is located just below the glove compartment. It should be replaced every 30,000 miles for maximum effectiveness.