Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
The o-ring is likely to be either on the Filler tube or on one of the transmission lines. Both are relatively simple to repair. The filler tube can be unbolted (usually one bolt) then carefully turned back and forth and pulled up until the bottom is exposed. Simple remove the old o-ring and install a new one then reinstall the tube and re-bolt. The transmission lines may use a special locking ring to hold them into place, you can rent a tool from you auto parts store to remove the line and replace the o-rings.
Posted on Jul 31, 2010
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