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When your driving ? or when you just start?
more information would be helpfull
Posted on May 07, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It sounds like it's your Headlight switch has gone bad, I'm thinking that the high beams are the daytime running light which is the same as your High beams.
If you go to Auto Zone or Parts Source, they have the replacement switch with step by step instructions.
If you remove the headlight switch from the dash, check the orange wire for power, if there is 12 volts. Good chance's are that the switch is bad, common on the GM's.
Good luck and keep me posted.
Posted on May 13, 2009
Are you really wanting "FREE" information? or are you wanting "GOOD" information?
Replacing intake manifold gaskets on a 3.1L or 3.8L Pontiac Grand Prix is no walk in the park for someone with little or no experience. There are a lot of problems with these engines that only experience can teach. I recommend having it done professionally.
However, if you really want to try to do it yourself, you are going to need the best information available and you will probably have to pay for it.
An excellent option is to go to http://www.alldatadiy.com/
There, you can subscribe to a single vehicle for $26.95
This will get you all of the repair information for your car that is available to professional shops including component repair instructions, wiring diagrams, vacuum diagrams, Technical Service Bulletins, etc.
Posted on Oct 22, 2009
First remove the belt then the bolt in the center of the tensioner needs to come out.Put the tensioner in a vise and remove the bolt from the pulley,pully will lift right off,reverse everything to install.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
The pump is usually mounted on a rubber shoe on the end where the strainer is attached and the other end is held in place by the outlet hose which is rubber as well. If you did not put that little rubber shoe back on the bottom of the new pump, there will be metal on metal contact between the vibrating pump housing and the mounting post. This will make it much easier for the pump noise to travel up and out through the whole car.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
lock smith or someone authorized to use a slimjim[can do more damage if dont know how to use ]--or-- key fob wont work if vehicle battery dead if u can reach up under car at front and release hood latch then jump battery and then use key fob to unlock door
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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