yes it should bolt right up as well as the original motor and tranny
Chances are you cant. An import transmission will be in now way compatible with an American engine. The bell housing wouldn't match up and it would be near impossible to mount this transmission.
because of transmission failure
does my 1996 pontiac ga stall out in park
Around the transmission oil pan, around the cv half shafts, where the transmission mates to the engine. Most common location for a serious fluid leak would be the "front seal". Unfortunately to repair that seal you'll need to either pull the transmission or engine.
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.
If i wanted to change my transmission fluid in my 2001 dodge grand caravan with a 3.3 liter engine, how many quarts would it take?
It's not a bug, it's a feature.
Idle speed too high.
inside the transmission would be a smart choice thank you very much At the top of the transmission, you can find a large red cap. It's where you should fill your transmission.
about as much it would take to fill ur bun hole
broken transmission mount there is a front left, rear left and a center mount
Try putting the pedal to the floor while cranking it
No such engine as a Pontiac 400 Big Block. The back of the Pontiac engine block has a different bell-housing bolt pattern than the Chevrolet. Pontiac and Olds bell-housing bolt pattern match. Chevrolet and Buick match. Unless you have a dual bolt pattern transmission (GM did make them) the Pontiac engine won't bolt up to the the Chevrolet transmission.
its missing 4 cylinders sir!
It depends if the motor is a 4 cylinder or a 6 cylinder. For that particular year of grand am they had a 3.4L V6 engine and a 2.4L TwinCam I4. If it is a TwinCam engine a transmission from 1996-2001 would work if it is a TwinCam. Otherwise I believe that if it is a 3.4L V6 it has to be from a 1999-onward grand-am. They put 3.4L engines in these until the demise of the model in 2005 and to be sure cross reference the VIN # the transmission comes out of. 1g2nf52"T"XXXXXXXXX is a Grand Am with a 2.4L engine and 1g2nf52"E"XXXXXXXXX is a Grand Am with a 3.4L V6 engine. basically "T" is 2.4L and "E" is 3.4L. Hope this helps :-) www.gmpartsdirect.com has reman trannies that are new for pretty reasonable prices.
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.
The computer won't work properly if you do. The engine would be the simple/inexpensive part. The computer and rewiring would be cost prohibitive.
TPS sensor or maf. I seafoamed my entire car seemed to do the trick
I've seen a 04 Grand Prix with a LS1, so I would say yes but lots of custom fab on mating the engine to the transmission/flexplate and headers/exhaust.
Any crankshaft is inside the engine bolted to the bottom of the engine block. Visually from the outside it would be in the center of the engine horizontally, right where the oil pan meets the engine block.
Check the 2001 Grand Ams crank shaft position sensor first. If the sensor is bad then the engine will not get fire or start.