Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Am SE
If you have a problem with the engine stalling, it could be the Transmission TCC Solenoid stuck in the ON or APPLY position or solenoid exhaust is plugged.
If the TCC is the problem, the Check Engine or MIL light should be on. Have the codes checked. You can borrow a code scanner from AutoZone, Checkers or similar auto parts store to be sure.
In the mean time, servicing the transmission (changing the transmission fluid and filter) $35 + labor could be of great help.
Good Luck!! Keep me posted
Posted on Nov 13, 2010
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