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Found 93 grand am se vs 45,000 miles owner wants $1,895 what problems on this car

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Ist off which motor. 4 cyl quad or the 3.1 v6 ?

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Tire-Go by the label on the door jam on the driver's door
Oil-Follow the manufacturer's recommendation in the owner's manual
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the maintenance schedule is in the owners manual on the last 2 pages I believe, But here are some of the things to check the maintenance schedule on that car calls for oil changes every 3,750 miles if you primarily use the car around town or 7,500 if you do mostly highway driving without stop and go traffic. Most cars should go by the 3,750 schedule.

tire rotations should be every 7,500 miles. Brakes should be checked when the tires are rotated.

the major service on the 4 cylinder is every 30,000 miles. that includes the tune-up items of replacing spark plugs, adjusting the valves, replacing the air filter, transmission fluid, interior cabin filter and the inspections and adjustments.

the 6 cylinder does not need the valve adjustment or spark plug replacement until 105,000 miles. otherwise, the fluids and filter replacements are every 30k.

the timing belt on both the 4 cyl and the 6 cyl is 105,000. at that time the water pump and coolant are also replaced as well as the other accessory drive belts.

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2006 Highlander V-6 AWD,(not Limited Ed). I Live in colorado, drive about 30k /yr, need tires that will handle the snow/ice and hopefully last for 45k, suggestions?


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In a word, finding tires that will handle snow and ice, and last for 45,000 miles is a difficult task.

Tires that perform better in the snow are traditionally 'softer' tires, and are not going to last 45,000 miles, due to the inherently softer tread composition..

We here recommend Bridgestone "Blizzak" winter tires. We have found their performance on snow to be simply tremendous. I would get come Blizzaks installed if I were you.

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It sounds like your timing is out. Too far BTDC. If you do not know the timing - advance it slightly and try it until it stops pinging. If there is a hill in your area - drive up it with the throttle well opened to se if it pings. Try this before adjusting timing to get a base line to see if it improves with timing adjustments.

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This is a oil change reminder. Nothing fancy about, when you get your oil change go into the menu and click reset counter and it will go off. If there was something wrong with your car the check engine light would come on.

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How long do the 2001 pontiac grand am's normally last?


If the car was maintained according to the instructions in the owner's manual it can easily go 150,000 miles with no major problems. But if the car was neglected or driven hard, it could have major problems in as little as 50,000 miles. So as you can see it all depends on how the car was driven and how it was maintained.

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The common repair for the "running on 2 cylinders" is the coil pack with ignition wires.
It sits on top of the engine.
A good used one will work just as well as a new one......but at 1/2 the cost.

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