If it is located where the 2001 Grand Am is, it is in the engine compartment and the fuse block is located on the drivers side, near the battery. It should be fuse number 42- Back-up Lamps, Brake Transaxle, Shift interlock.
The question you ask is too involved for a proper answer. You may want to go to a car parts store, or book store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
First thing to do is when ur in the driver seat, u should see two screws that's around the speedometer gauge of the dash! Remove the screws, then u need to remove the glove compartment! Then u'll need a flashlight for this! use the flashlight to look for a 9/32 screw that's screwed into the dash, remove that screw, then CAREFULLY, pull up from the drivers side on the dash all the way to the passenger side to remove it! Then u have access to the speakers! Good Luck!
Does it not blink or keep blinking? Check your bulbs first (all of them).
my left front turn signal does not come on. the bulb needs to be changed but how do i access the bulb? the area where the bulb is is very tight.
What make/model vehicle? 97 JEEP CHEROKEE
Not having done it on a Lumina I will give you an answer that applies to most cars. Under the car at the bottom of the Raditor you will normally see a valve on either the far left or right side. Losen this valve with plires but be careful because many of the valves are made out of plastic. If you cannot find a valve just losen the lower raditor hose clamp and carefully pry the hose from the raditor.
answer if vehicle has valve, it is usually left hand thread so be careful it is also awfully slow using this valve however most cars no longer have this valve so just remove bottom radiator hoes from radiator if engine is hot be careful as coolant will be hot
if you are referring to the stock radio... i think you have to take off the front part of the radio... if its possible at all to replace them ==Another answer== I just pulled the front off a spare stock Delco radio from my '96 (a few plastic clips around the perimeter let it come out) There is one obvious bulb behind what would be the station/time display. Getting to it is a mystery as it's behind a plastic shield that appears to be fastened to the PC board. The lights behind the pre-set buttons are not obvious because there is a PC board right behind the front panel of the radio. If I recall correctly, I replaced this radio because A. the station/clock display didn't work, and B. because either the pre-set buttons didn't light up, or maybe just because the plastic coating over them was damaged. I found a used perfectly working replacement on Ebay for about $30.
Should be located at passenger's side firewall
Remove intake air hose
Remove 3-4 small bolts at flange
Remove blower motor Should be located at passenger's side firewall
Remove intake air hose
Remove 3-4 small bolts at flange
Remove blower motor
The actual module is located in the rear of the car underneath the panel that covers the spare tire area on the passenger side. It is a small box with a red light and is attached to the side of the car.
The number needed should be in your manual, if not, remove the bulb & there should be a number on the base. When you go to a parts store, just look for the same number.
The knob you pull out is attached to the switch. To get the switch out, you will have to remove the panel underneath the dash, and some of the HVAC ductwork that runs underneath. Disconnect the battery. On the back of the switch, under the dash, there will be a little button you will have to push in to get the switch's shaft & knob to release from the switch. After that is done, you will be able to pull off the trim going around the face of the dash. It should just snap on. Then there will be a nut holding the switch to the dash. Remove the nut, the switch will come out the back, and then you can unplug it. Replace in reverse of these directions, only leave the swith shaft/knob for last. It will just push back into the new switch.
there are 2 clips both about 6 inches from each side ad about 4 inches down the eazyest way i found is to oper both back doors and slide the seat up to the roof until the clips undo do not pull as the clips will snap it does help to have 2 people 1 on each side. Samantha
here's the best i can do for you: the o2 sensor is the only thing screwed into your exaust pipe, it will have three or four wires coming out of it. It should be halfway down the pipe that is underneath the hood, or it might on the section of pipe underneath the car (toward the front).
on passenger side near rear of motor. Here's a writeup. http://hubpages.com/hub/Starter-Removal-1999-Pontiac-Grand-Prix
No, you dont need the code if your gonna put in an aftermarket deck. The only time you would need the code is if you took the stock radio out and unpluged the harness, so its not a problem with a new radio.
When you turn on the headlight switch, you are turning on 2 circuits. The headlights are on one circuit and the other circuit is the tail lights and the dash lights. The tail lights are on a separate fuse and the dash lights feed off that circuit with usually a 5 amp fuse also. Sometimes when the dash lights don't work, the dash light fuse is blown. Sometimes the tail light fuse blows and it feeds 12v to the dash fuse. Also a bad headlight switch can cause the dash (and or tail lights), not to work also.
Do you see two green arrows and no dash lights?. A loose ground clip is the suspect and a real pain to fix. A hard slap with the palm of your hand on the hump forward of the steering wheel has turned the lights on every time I have tried it.
You must know all of the bulbs will never burn out at the same time also the fuse controls several other things including those two green arrows.
It stands for Grand Touring Prototype.
It is more question than the answer. I have ABS light on all time and turn off light on also all time (talking about ther ABS brake system on Chevy impala 2001 ls 3.8.
I drive ok and brakes are ok. But light stays on makes me nervious all time. Someone said cut them to the hell! But I want to cut them off by right way: to understand why light on and how to stop the problem.
Pads are new? everything ok and there isn't any wrong in brakes working. Others say something here is dirty I need to clean for contacts. Other also say a unit ABS computer ar center.
No idea what reason !
Tell me please someone in order i can drive my car without being nerviuos on this reason all time thinking about that. Evern can't take a baby to the car she will say your brakes don't work we can't have the love on the hill tyou car can move from the hill itself to the river... Ha-ha-ha...
look where the transmission shift linkage attaches to the transmission, there should be a proximity switch there, likely the only thing with wires going to it on the assembly.
P1416 is your O2 censors.
P1416 refers to a problem in the exhaust system which is, unfortunately, very difficult to track down. Depending on who you talk to about it, you can do nothing and never have a problem or you can do nothing and it can ultimately lead to a problem with the catalytic converter. Damned if you do and damned if you don't.
We also had this problem on our 1999 Grand Prix...it could be your moon roof drain tube as well that come out in your door jam on both sides. Ours was on the passenger side and it got dirt down in there and we had it blown out. No more leaks.AnswerI had this problem with my 2001 Grand Prix. The windshield was replaced before I bought it and whoever installed it didn't put the cover over the air intake for the HVAC. The intake on mine is under the grill directly under the windshield on the passenger side. The water would run straight down into the intake and drain out by the fan and lower vents. This fried my resistor block (located in the blower housing). You should be able to find another cover in a junk yard. I made a temporary cover using a peice of tarp and caulking to make sure that any water that drained down would flow past the intake. ANSWERI just recently had this problem with my 1998 grand prix gt, i had the same problem as the first post answer, the little rubber strip above the heater was moved over about an inch, so i moved it back and put black caulking underneath so it would not move again.. i still had a leak somewhere.. so i ran a bead of black caulking along the plastic shroud that's underneath the whiper blades, beginning at the start of it, and ran it to the middle of the shroud, almost to where the red blinking security light is on your dash.. my floor since has been drying up nicely..
Sometimes the drainage holes in the firewall get clogged check those
Trouble code P0102 means:Mass or volume circuit low input
rectangular, tapering in n up towards hood. its holds 2 bulbs
Do you have a spoiler? Could be coming from the bolts holding it on.
keep the engine full and just drive it OR replace the engine