Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
Fan runs on high only, no lower speeds, both fuses good
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: diagram on a pontiac grand prix
GM Century/Lumina/Grand Prix/Intrigue 1997-2000
The vehicles covered by this guide use one of two types of ignition switches:
Instrument Panel-Mounted Ignition Switch
WARNING You must perform the Body Control Module (BCM) theft deterrent relearn procedure after replacement of the ignition lock cylinder. Failure to perform this relearn procedure means the BCM will not function properly. This means the vehicle will not be theft protected by the Passlock system and the engine may not crank or start. GM recommends that this procedure be performed with their Tech 2® or equivalent scan tool. An alternate relearn procedure is given at the end of this procedure.
This procedure takes approximately 30 minutes. Make sure the battery is fully charged before proceeding.
Posted on Sep 09, 2008
I own a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP and may be able to help you out if you let me know what specifically you are looking for.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
When the blower motor resistor goes it will still usually work on the high setting because that bypasses the resistor.
First look on the passenger side below the glove box you will see 3 press-pins. You need to remove the 3 press-pins and the panel they are holding up.
Now you will se a bracket holding a bundle of wires and 2 vaccum hoses on the left side of the blower motor see pic. This is held on with 2 screws. Remove the screws and let the bracket hang off to the side.
Now remove the blower motor there are 3 screws to remove the blower motor a plug-in and a black hose. The black hose and plug-in you can not see from this side. You will kinda have to angle the blower motor and push the wire bundle out of the way to remove the blower motor.
Now with the blower out of the way remove the closest screw from the blower motor resistor. Disconnect the plug in from the resistor and carefully slide the assembly to wads you and it should pop down. There are a total of three screws that hold the resistor in but you only have to remove the one.
Now just reassemble the way you took everything apart. Hope this helps. I think the resistor is only like $20.00 at Auto Zone or Parts Source, they also have step by step instruction to.
Posted on May 08, 2009
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