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How to set the timing on a 1997 pontiac grand am 2.4 twin cam ?

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Ok after removing all the parts out of the way and the damper off make sure its on number 1 and the mark on the damper is inline with the mark on the block is at TDC then you get a long bolt and insert it in the whole to the bottom of the cam sprocket intake and exhaust then set the chain tensioner make sure you hear it click but the new one come set now after you would of put on the chain rotate the engine by hand and make sure the tensioner jumps out to the chain then put everything back up and start your engine

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SOURCE: how to change thermostat

follow the upper radiator hose to the engine, where that hose is clamped to the engine remove that large hose nipple, the t-stat is under that.

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SOURCE: Replace timing belt on 99 Pontiac Grand Am 2.4 L

This engine is chain drive. You shouldn't need to replace it unless it has a problem. Do you have a problem with it?

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SOURCE: 1997 Pontiac Grand Prixn feul gauge is backwards

Hello - you will need to replace your sending unit - which is attached to the fuel pump in the gas tank.



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SOURCE: 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT; Elec problem with fan

Replace the blower resistor that is mounted next to the blower motor on the passenger side of the vehicle.
This will restore correct blower operation and I suspect it is also back-feeding voltage resulting in your electrical issues.
Two screws hold the blower resistor into the heater case and it is very easy to replace.
Good luck

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