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My 2004 Pontiac prix gtp speedometer gage, gas gage, temperature gage, isn't working, they're all zero out. What could be the cause?

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SOURCE: computor shows random misfire, 2004 pontiac gran prix

You may have a jacked up wire... or plug...this happen to me on my 2004 grand prix gtp 2 times...1 time one of my plugs was cracked the 2nd time my plug wire was laying on dip stick and started to melt....each time after replacing the plug and the wire it stopped misfiring...

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this one? That is the check engine light.

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Sounds like you may have a code for insufficient engine operating tempurature. This is usually caused by a bad thermostat. Its pretty common to see this problem on newer GM vehicles. A new thermostat will take care of it 99% of the time.

To find the thermostat follow the upper hose to the engine. The thermostat will be behind the metal housing that the hose attaches to on the engine.

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SOURCE: 2004 Pontiac grand prix gtp won't start- fully

it is the alternator brushes cheap and tanks little time to be replace and the brush who is clicking

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SOURCE: Temperature gage not working,gas,gears gage are ok.

my 2002 grand prix 3.8 temp gage stays around 80 , is this normal, what should it read at?

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