Question about 1996 Pontiac Grand Am
Cluster went bad, go to a junkyard get one out of a junk car for cheap, you cant just change it yourself because of the anti theft system you need to take it to a garage install it yourself and have them put the new codes into the computer so it will start, other wise you'll waste your time installing the new one to find out it wont stay running. like 30 bucks for the codes you need to make a apointment at a pontiac, buick, gmc garage and confirm with them on the phone that they can program your computer.
Posted on Oct 12, 2010
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