fan selector switches are usually riostats it will not make good contact on other settings and therefor only works on 1 setting change switch byou can pull it and check with meter
Replace the blower resistor. It is under the glove box, behind the blower motor.
My 2001 Grand Prix did the same thing. It used to work nicely on setting 2, and over time had to increase to setting 3, 4 and so on to get the same amount of heat. Eventually was getting no heat at all. Brought it to the garage and they replaced the blower mechanism and all was well.
Bad blower resistor? Bad switch?
I own a '97 Pontiac grand am where would i find the spark plugs so i can change them?
No it wouldn't the only thing that would fit would be before 997 from 1997-2001 u can interchange
Yes It would if its 2.3L engine size. Also, fits Oldsmobile Achieva of same year. Thanks
yes it should bolt right up as well as the original motor and tranny
the steering wheel..
Why wouldn't it? There is NO difference between a 1999 and a 2000, as of right this second i have a 1999 Pontiac grand am with a 3.4 liter (what your looking at right now) and built it from ground up. I know plenty about cars.
Check your fuse.
a picture of the radio would be helpful
for what motor? a 3.8 L would be 0.060
Where would I finf the relay switch on a 96 Grand Am?.
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
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
No...The Grand Prix is a G-body car and the Parisienne is a B-Body. Completely different.
Have a Pontiac dealer's mechanic look it over and tell you.
No, because the 1996 Pontiac Grand Am came with a 1.8L rotary V8 and the Chevy Cobalt came with n/a 2.0 that tops out around 110 while the Grand Am can get up to 190mph.
coolant levels or the thermostat
Its going bad.
i would not recommend it
it would be great to know..
Moisture under the distributor cap from Windy D
have same trouble i would like to know myself