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Cant find my 2000 grand prix id tag i dont now if it is a xab or a xbb

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There are three location GM likes to put those, glovebox, center console and in trunk usually on decklid. If its not in those locations and you still can't find it, write down you vin and call your local dealer. They will be able to tell you with the vin
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2010 grand prix... My wiper arms are broke and trying to replace them, ive taken the nuts off but i cant remove them off the bolt post! Is there something im doing wrong??? They will rotate easily but ive...


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If your lookin at the motor from the passenger fender, its on the left against the fire wall, under the alternator I beleive, if you have skinny arms you will be able to reach down and grab it no problem, dont try with hot engine. as far as filling it, thats another problem, a small turkey baster works kind of.

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My 1999 grand prix 3800 v-6 stalls when stopped and hesitates around 2000 rpm


tough one, has many things that could be wrong..to give you some idea...Air filter, a loose air hose, gas filter,oxygen sensors, sparkplugs wires or even crossed wires will all play a role in the hesitation that your car is producing, I have 2 grand prix and one of them is hesitating on me right now, I know its the oxygen sensor but I cant fix it now, dont have the money to. I know it wastes more gas but oh well for now! Try testing first.

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Windshield wiper arm


try your local auto wreckers you cant miss!

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