The oil pump on most American engines is located inside the oil pan. My Grand Prix is a 96 3.1 litre which doesn't appear to be an interchangeable engine with yours so I'm not sure if you have the engine that is mounted sideways in your car or not. I am guessing that you do, which means that you would have to remove the oil pan which on those cars requires removal of the engine from the car because the transmission is located under the engine and prevents an easy removal of the oil pan. I completely removed my engine and replaced it in about eight hours, but it requires a pretty good understanding of how everything is connected so you know how to put it back. It also requires the use of an engine puller which is something that not everyone has. I am not sure how you figured out the oil pump drive seal is bad unless the oil pressure was measured but even low oil pressure could be caused by a lot of things, not just an oil pump. Tom it should be located under the throttle body on the block where the distributor would be if it used one. some of them you have to remove the intake to get to it. if its only under the throttle body then you remove that then there is one bolt that holds it in then you remove it oil the new seal and replace it. $5.95 on your own $360 done by mechanic.
in a 99 there is easy access in the trunk, if u pull out the interior you will see it toward the back seats.
it is under the car on the driver side just ahead of the rear wheel. easy to replace. ive got an 88
Easy to replace. Hard to get to.
It's really easy the switch is in the steering colume.
Replacing a steering column ignition switch on a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix is not considered a major repair. The task is considered easy but if done wrong could be dangerous. It is best to refer to vehicle manual for the car to ensure proper direction is given.
Adding coolant to a 2003 Pontiac Grand Am is very easy to do. The coolant can be directly added to the radiator. Make sure the engine is not hot before adding the coolant.
ummm yes and its easy you just have to be carefull because it has alot of power and its a rear wheel drive
The compass needs calibrating, very easy to fix. Take your car to a parking lot and drive it in circles 1 or 2 times. It's in the manual.
typically about $400.00 it is a modular system rather easy to do.
Well if its in 2002 Pontiac am GT then it will probably go 2002 miles. Wasn't that easy!? Of coarse this answer ain't right but oh well! LOL!
its really easy there is about 10 bolts that hold the body onto the rest of the (sub-frame) and then it is easy to take the engine out
The power steering resevoir on a 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix Gt is located below the alternator. It is between the alternator and the fire-wall, and just below the two heater hoses..
It's right in the center of the passanger compartment, underneath the dash and against the firewall, and not easy to get at.
with the correct type of socket and bar for easy access I had to use a crow bar as a socket wouldn't fit.
Opening the hood on a 2001 Pontiac Grand Am is very easy to do. The hood is opened by pulling on the hood release latch inside the car on the drivers side. After the latch is pulled the hood will release. The hood is then opened by pulling the second release under the hood.
For the most part it's an easy task: find your belt tensioner(look for the square slotted pulley, a half inch drive ratchet), once you've got the belt off(make sure you remember the placement of the belt or draw a diagram) their is 3-4 bolts remove these and the wires attached and your homefree. Goodluck with the project!
95 Grand AM V6 water pump is fairly easy. You have to take the serpentine belt off. The water pump pully has 4 bolts in it take them out the pully slides off and there are 4 more bolts that hold the water pump in take those out and the water pump slides out.
Valve is located on low pressure hose by A/C compresser. Easy to get to with car jacked up.
The first 3 spark plugs to the right are easy to change,the one on the left you have to loosen up the alternater to get to.
Yes it's safe to drive but it will be very difficult to steer. Only drive it to a place to replace it or home if doing it yourself. They are relatively easy to replace. If you can do a brake job you can replace a pump. Just get yourself a Haynes manual.
I laid down on the garage floor and reached up through the bumper, not an easy task but it worked.
The Neutral Safety Switch is located on the top of the transmission under the brake booster. It is clearly visible (from the correct angle). It has a silver lever/actuator and a long cable coming from it. It's also pretty easy to get to by hand. I need to replace mine. Hope this will help. -Darin- 1999 Grand Prix GT coupe
you got to replace the heater resistor right behind switch in the heater panel. Easy way to order the part what way you know how it looks and is easy to replace and the part is less than 20 $. wish u luck.
Tried it. Basically takes forever. No point trying, really.
It is easy to replace the window regulator or window clips on the rear window of a 2000 Grand Am. The clips simply snap right onto the rails inside that door that connect to the window.