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How do you know which heater hose is intlet and outlet when connecting to tensioner pulley on 2000 pontiac grand prix?

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SOURCE: how to install serpantine belt tensioner on 2000 pontiac grand am

Hello,
Basically, Remove the belt. Then remove the bolt that the tensioner pivots on and remove it. It's fairly easy.You may need to remove the belt pulley to make it easier.
The problem comes as your trying to get to it. If you can't see it well or something is in the way. Like the plastic overflow tank or something like that. Then you will need to remove what is keeping you from getting to the tensioner. I did one on a four cylinder last week. The belt pulley on that one had a left hand thread. The tensioner itself should be right hand thread.
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I have 07 Pontiac Grand Prix, the wrong key was inserted into the ignition the other day. Now when I try to use the correct key it will not insert completly in the ignition, goes in until last 1/4in of key. Im stuck, I bought the new lock cylinder but how do I get the old one out? I cant get the key to insert all the way so I cant get it to the "On" position, it will not turn at all. The key that was inserted in error is whole and nothing is missing it seems like there is something stuck. Any help would be appreciated...

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How to flush a heater core in a pontiac grand prix 2002


If you have warm air on one side and cool on the other, you've a situation with the vent flaps. But to backflush the core, take both hoses off the core and run a garden hose to the outlet side going towards the water pump. This will flush it.

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Power steering fluid leaking on 2002 pontiac grand prix


OK you know the problem but is it something as simple as replacing the Power steering hose or as complicated as also needing a new power steering pump also? Look at where its leaking to determine what needs replacing. Remember it just takes a little time to determine where its leaking. If you find that its not the hose leaking but its the power steering pump then follow these easy steps and save $100s doing it yourself:
1 Remove the negative battery cable with a wrench and place it aside. Remove the upper strut housing tie bar if necessary for access. Remove the power steering serpentine drive belt and electrical plug on the TFE off as applicable. Remove the lower bolt from the mounting bracket using a socket and ratchet if necessary for access. Take off the inlet and outlet hoses from the power steering pump. Remove the reservoir hose only on the supercharged engine. You will need a flat-head screwdriver for this task.
2 Place the power steering pump pulley so the bolts can be accessed through the hole in it. Remove the mounting bolts, using a socket and ratchet, through the hole in the pulley. Take the power-steering assembly out from the bracket. If necessary transfer the pulley to the new pump with a pulley puller.
3 Replace the power steering pulley assembly before you install the pump using the pulley-install tool from your kit. Start the power steering inlet hose connection to the pump by hand. Replace the power steering pump assembly to the engine. Replace the lower bolt first, making sure the hose and heater pipe have enough clearance so they do not touch. If the two rub together they will make noise after the installation is finished. Replace the outlet hose to the pump, directing the hose under the engine harness and the heater hose. If the engine is supercharged it will be necessary to connect the hose from the reservoir.
4 Torque the power steering gear inlet hose to 20 foot-pounds and the hose clamp at the pump to 15 inch-pounds. Torque the pump mounting bolts to 20 foot-pounds. If equipped with a TFE pump, attach the connection. Replace the power steering drive belt or serpentine belt if you removed either. Replace the upper strut tie bar and torque the nuts to 18 foot-pounds. Replace the negative battery cable and fill the power steering reservoir with fluid. Bleed the steering system by starting the engine and turning the steering wheel right and left until all the air is out.

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I have a 2006 pontiac grand prix 3.8l my heat only blow cold aair I checked the thermostat and the heart inlet hose is hot but the outlet hose is luke war what could this be maybe clogged heater core.


Ok fellow 2006 Grand Prix owners!! By trial and error, I went through the process of elimination because my car would over heat and had no heat inside. After changing the thermostat, I had to replace the water pump. However, after you do this, you need to open the inlet hose bleeder and let the air out a few times. This solved my issue of overheating and I now have great heat!!!

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Hello, I need to know if you have to remove or losen up the belt tension pulley to replace the by-pass heater hose that is in a elbo shape


yes . the alternator, tensioner assembly have to be removed to replace the plastic elbow that goes into the intake. make sure to get all of the old one out before installing the new one.

Jul 16, 2011 | 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix

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What is the l shaped hose called that comes from the engine block to the tensioner pulley under the alternator on a 3800 series 2 motor. its busted and coolant is pouring out of it please help


Heater hose connector is all they call it. I assume you are talking about the hard plastic one,they come as a set(another one in the back too) I know auto zone sells them,others too I would think .
usually on the rack with"help" Problem solvers.They just slip in ,o-ring seals on the ends.Of course you must take the tensioner off.3 bolts(don't forget the bolt holding the tensioner pully on is left hand thread.)

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2000 pontiac grand prix overheating, water leaking from hose connected from radiator, is this the reason and will changing it solve the problem?


well you will onlty know when you repair hose and fill to proper level and drive car
repair hose and then test run it

Oct 07, 2010 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Squeal under hood 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix GT (3.8 L)


I would start with a belt. While removing it feel how much tension the tensioner has on it, on the 3800 egnine they have a stiff tensioner(sorry I don't have any specs for how much) After you get the belt off you can look at all of the pulleys and spin them to see if the bind or look for stuff stuck in the grooves on the pulleys.
It sounds to me like the belt is streched. I would not recommend one of those gator back belts, they seem to make more noise sooner than a good v notch belt. But thats just my opinion!

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How do i remove and install a water pump on a 2000 pontiac grand prix


obviously you need to take off the serpentine belt. realistically you can get at all the water pump bolts. but for more visibility, I took off the coil pack block (held on by two bolts) I also took off the alternator and the piece that the belt tensioner and heater hoses are attached to. not that you need to but you can also take off the power steeering pump. Do not take off the hoses. the pump has holes in the pulley that you can put a deep well socket through. #14 I believe. I just replaced the motor in my grand prix

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Trying to change a serpentine belt on a 1997 pontiac grand prix how do i take tension out?


look on the face of the tensioner for a 3/8" square hole and insert a 3/8"
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