Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Halogen bulbs contain gas under pressure. Handling a bulb improperly
could cause it to shatter into flying glass fragments. To help avoid
Turn off the lamp switch and allow the bulb to cool before changing the bulb.
Leave the lamp switch OFF until the bulb change is complete. Always wear eye protection when changing a halogen bulb. Handle the bulb only by its base. Avoid touching the glass. Keep dirt and moisture off the bulb. Properly dispose of the used bulb. Keep halogen bulbs out of the reach of children.
Raise the hood.
Remove the headlamp assembly bolts from the upper fascia support.
Slide the headlamp assembly outward enough to release the headlamp bracket tabs from the slots in the upper fascia support.
Position the headlamp assembly away from the vehicle body to access the electrical connector.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp assembly.
Remove the headlamp assembly from the vehicle.
Disconnect the electrical connector from the headlamp bulb/socket.
Remove the headlamp bulb/socket retainer ring from the headlamp, by turning counterclockwise.
Remove the headlamp bulb/socket from the headlamp assembly.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
It's under the hood, on the driver's side, under a square, black box with a lightning symbol on it. Loosen the flower-shaped screw that holds the lid of the box down, remove the lid, flip it upside down and when you look at the inside of the lid, you'll see a map of all your car's fuses. There's also a fuse diagram on the very end of the dash, but it's accessible only when you open the driver's side door. When you're driving, that end of the dash is blocked by the closed door.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
Should be fairly easy.
1--- Blower motor is in the cabin under dash right side(passenger)side
2---- unplug connector.
3---- remove 4 screws and it should come out.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Disconnect all six injectors, turn the key on--does the fuse blow? If ok, start connecting each injector in turn and check the fuse each time. Turn the key off while making each connection. Hopefully, you will find one injector that causes the fuse to blow. If the computer output for that injector is on all the time, the injector coil will burn out. A scanner reading of the computer should show a problem like that and should show which injector is a problem. The computer operates each injector directly, so a stuck output means replace the computer.
Posted on Oct 29, 2009
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