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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is it I don't have a manual and noone else seems to either. I'm old school muscle cars from seventies. This electronic **** is too Greek for me. The fuses are all numbered but which one is it? I tried to google a fuse box diagram for a grand prix gt 2003 but got nowhere.
Posted on Sep 04, 2008
You may have a bad wheel sensor or broken ABS sensor wire.
Go to Auto Zone or Parts source and they can scan the computer on your can for free.
If the computer detected any one of the sensor going bad or is bad, it may be in the memory and you'll know if it is the ABS sensor or the ABS module it self.
Good luck and hope this can save you some money. I had the same problem and it was my wheel bearing going bad which messed up my ABS sensor.
Posted on May 07, 2009
If you have an auto trans, check to make sure the car is in park. If the shift lever is even slightly misaligned, (even though the indicator says PARK) your key won't come out.
Try spraying the tumbler with powdered graphite.
It is a common problem, and I found two possible answers. The ignition plunger in the ignition switch or the Park release solenoid located in the center console. I've heard that when the solenoid sticks it prevents your key from being released. I have not fixed mine yet, I just use the inside of a ball point pen to release the plunger by sticking it in the access hole under the ignition.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
Hello! This indicates a fault with the wheel speed sensor/ABS sensor. Any major auto parts retailer can pull the details of this code (which sensor) for free, which will help you identify if the wiring is loose or damaged or if the sensor will need to be replaced. If you need to replace the sensor - you will need to replace the entire wheel bearing assembly, as the sensor is internal.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2009
If the heater coil was bad, it would be leaking radiator fluid... probably into your dash/floorboard (depending on where it is installed in your model car). There is a switch that diverts the hot radiator fluid through the heater coil when you want heat. There is also an air diverter valve that helps to mix the hot and cold air. The fluid valve is controlled by the A/C settings control. The one that you use to choose between heater/air conditioner/vent/ defrost. The air diverter is controlled by the temp mixing controller. The most simple explanation is that one of those valves or the controller of one of those valves is not working. If the hot water cant be diverted through the heater coil, the coil can't exchange the heat (warming the air). If the air diverter (hot/cold controller) cant move to add heat, then all you will feel is air from the vent side (from outside) or from the A/C cooling the air.
I would guess that its either a controller or one of the valves themselves. Odds are, it is a controller. That tends to be what malfunctions first.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
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