Question about Pontiac Grand Am
The A/C compressor is on the RH front of the engine waay down low below the alternator. You will have to get the car on a ramp to check or at least get it raised with a floor jack. More than likely it is the aluminium bend at the compressor that has broken or if you're lucky an O-ring has failed. Check the connectors at the compressor if they are still bolted tight. If not, remove the connector altogether and replace the O-rings before refitting.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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