Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
How to diagnose HUD outages w/out spending too much $
Sometimes the simple answer is the best. The heads up display works off a mirror that reflects the image up to the windshield. The same way it works on fighter jets. (military) The factory spring is weak at best and in high heat or cold the spring breaks. Look down through the windshield in the upper corner of the HUD and if it's swinging there's your answer.
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
Testimonial: "& indeed that is the case, apparently, because after looking down from above the dash-I see the HUD is still working-thank goodness. Now I have to work on fixing the spring."
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