Question about 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix
Two ways to go: If you are game, you can pick up a motor from Napa or Autozone or the dealer (if they still stock it) and replace it yourself. If not, you can take it to a repair shop and either provide the part or have them get it and put it in. It should take 1 hour max. I paid $60 labor to have my motor put in. The motor cost me $50 at Napa. My car is a 1991 Camaro, a GM product like yours.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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