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2004 grand prix signal on right side blinks very quickly

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There is a circuit problem so dont worry just show it to the electrician k

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Where is the knock sensor located on a 2004 pontiac grand prix


You have 2 of them on the right side of engine

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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix front left turn signal went out, I replaced the bulb and the light comes on but the turn signal still doesn't work. If I have the lights sent on automatic the right parking


Hey I literally just today had the same problem, put a new bulb in the light was on but did not blink!!!! SUPER EASY SOLUTION, you simply have the bulb in too far. I gently pulled mine out a tiny bit and it started working fine... guarantee that's all that's happening to you!!!

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I need to know what cylinder # is which on my 04 pontiac grand prix...


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The left turn signal works intermittently and when it does blink it blinks twice as fast as the other one.


Check all the bulbs in the faulty side (front and rear), one of them must be the wrong type for application. Different blinking speed is the way of the system to tell you that something is not right. It only stops blinking if the bulb is burned out. I have seen that the most common problem is in the rear lights, using a stop light bulb ( two contacts) in the turn signal socket.

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Does anyone have a blow by blow of tasks to remove and replace the blower motor in a 2004 grand prix?


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.

Oct 14, 2009 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Drivers side turn signals will not function properly even though all lamps are burning


do you mean they dont blink? only on left side, but do blink on the right? put the hazrd flashers on and see if all works., if OK , then may be the turn signal switch of only the left side does not blink???

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2004 Grand Prix turning Signal lights wont work.


YOU HAVE TO REPLACE THE TURN SIGNAL SWITCH.BECAUSE WHEN IT GOES OUT.SOME TIMES YOUR DIMMER SWITCH STOP WORKING.IF YOU GOING TO FIX IT YOUR SELF BESURE TO.DISARM AIR BAGS FIRST.

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