Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix
I changed the crank sensor and it still wont start. It turns over, but wont startt. I pulled the pluggs and they were fowel. I think it might be the timing chain and if it is, is this a difficutl job to do?
Try to replace the upper intake manifold. I own 2 GP's and one just kept turning over and over but would never start. I had the upper intake manifold changed and she runs like new. ake sure you change the oil, spark plugs and DO NOT USE DEX COOL, that **** is what caused my intake to go bad. Use the orignal green or someting else just no dex cool!! Good luck
Posted on Feb 24, 2009
Start with the Cheaper Fix First. Change the Fuel Filter and Get the Fuel Pump Checked for Preasure. That Timing belt is a Big job and you will need to reset the Timing which can be Very Difficult. Did it run Smooth Before???? If so the Timing belt is Probably Fine anyway.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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