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How to faund the computer in a 2002 grand prix gt

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For the location, my info shows underhood driver side front. Have to remove air cleaner housing.

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2002 pontiac Grand Prix GT Malifuction Indicator Light Circuit.


When the light is on, the computer has detected a problem that you need to know about. You'll need to use an OBD2 code scanner for your vehicle. The scanner will tell you what the computer has detected.
You can borrow, rent or buy a code scanner from most automotive auto parts retailers... some will even help you use the scanner and interpret the results.

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My 2002 pontiac grand prix gt is overheating and I don't know why. I changed the thermostat and flushed the radiator. After that, I refilled the coolant with 1 gallon of antifreeze. It is still...


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2002 pontiac grand prix gt. High beams are dimmer


A loose ground wire to the headlight will keep it dim,Or a headlight adjustment will bring the headlight up.If you can have your headlight turned on a garage door or something at night,and then watch as you change your headlights from low beam to high beam which ones are higher.the last thing to verify is that your high beam headlights are not the plastic lens type that turn dull which cuts the light power.

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How much does a heater core cost for a 2002 grand prix gt?


Just found one here for $46.95, (Delphi - part number HC0379)
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clean the computer lead interface. my buddies car did the same thing, we cleaned the computer leads with a good eletronic spray cleaner and it fixed the problem.

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sound like vacuum leak or fuel pump problems.scan it to see if egr valve sticking open.

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