Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
The only solution I know of,would be to purchase the Factory Wiring Diagrams from (Helm.Com)
They are not cheap, but you have a serious problem and need exact schematics of your vehicle.
That said,and not to be hurtfull,but, can you read wiring diagrams and chase alot of wires, as well as solder,heat shrink,etc.
You need to be able to use a VOM Meter, for OHM and Voltage readings and voltage drops. Fun job I would enjoy,oddly enough. Clean work,but very time consumming. Good luck!
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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