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2001 grand prix se turn on fan and loose head lights

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This is your ignition wireing harness/switch. I have a 1999 grand prix GT that did the same thing. After a lot of reserch I found that this is the problem. Its not that hard to replace, and I was able to get it at a local auto parts store. I think if i remember correctly it was between $100 and $150.

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