Question about 2007 Pontiac Vibe
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it might be dirty the contact or your knob is broken in side,try to full it then look inside the knob if its crack.i hope this will help,have a wonderfull holiday.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
On the 2004 Pontiac Vibe that I owned, I ended up taking it to the dealer. Perhaps this advice can avoid having you end up at the same place!
Remove the middle environmental control knob (fan blower speed, I think) by tugging on it until it comes off. Underneath you will find a single Phillips screw. Remove the screw and gently (so you don't mar it), pull at the plastic trim surrounding the environmental control area. It should pop out. You may also want to remove the two-prong AC outlet by prying it gently out with a small slotted screwdriver before attempting to pry out the trim panel.
After that panel is out of the way, you are ready to tackle the plastic trim surrounding the shift knob. Begin by removing the small holding compartment at the base of the shift knob. There is a single Philips screw holding the plastic piece to a supporting brace on the lower end. Four additional screws on the upper end are revealed by the removal of the environmental control trim piece as previously described.
Okay, from there, you're ready to gently pry loose the trim panel surrounding the shift knob.
The bulb can be located on the driver's side. It's a 'funny' looking bulb that is integrated into a two wire bundle. You may end up having to replace the bulb+wire bundle as a unit. The electrical connector is on the opposite side of the shift knob.
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
For a 2002 Pontiac Grand AM SE (with 3.4L V6) the correct General Motors Part Number is 10070107 and they describe it as an "Engine Coolant Air Bleed Valve". If you're a dumb*ss like me who dropped the part into the grass and you need another, you have to go to the dealership to get one and it will set you back around $11 to $12. Hope this information helps!
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
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