Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The P0741 code is a torque converter clutch stuck in the off position and the po 440 code is an evaportative emission control circuit malfunction. The po440 code could be the gas cap not seated properly. Niether has anything to do with the radiator.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
wow thermostat >>>> shucks i believe its evep emissions code like faulty gas cap ....you can reset any computer the chck eng light will come on in 50 to 100 miles if not fixed....
Posted on May 08, 2009
you can buy a cheap scanner that will put this light out,i have a mechanic working for me that stands on the roof ,tweeks the radio and has one foot on the brake whilst turning on the lights and he puts out nearly every service light you can think of but he wont show anyone least of all me,but if it its a 99 model iam sure you can put the light out by using a 12v electrical screwdriver with the light inside and a cable comes out the end with a clip .then going across the pins on the special BMW connector block it will go out with the resistance of the bulb across it ,but ??big but ?does it have an OBDII connector or the round BMW type because we dont have OBDII on pre 2005 cars here in spain .Now we do and guess what ??its all encrypted software used ...makes me a dinasaur
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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5.Connect the new EVAP vent solenoid harness (3), P/N 22687059, to the EVAP vent solenoid (2), route the harness above the rear ABS harness (4) and connect the EVAP vent solenoid harness (3) to connector C313 (1).
6.Lower the vehicle.
7.Clear the DTC's with the Tech 2 scan tool.
If all of the wires are good you will want to check for any leaks in the evap system.
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