I have a 2000 pontiac grand prix gtp supercharger that the power window on the driver side will not stay up. the motor is still working but there is a cable that has come loose and i don't know where it needs to be connected at. can you help me?
You need to go to a qualified repair shop to have it fixed. If the motor was no longer working and you did not want to repair it then have someone who knows how to get the window up & put a block below it put the door panel back on. However you will not have the use of the window until you get the motor repaired.
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As you see I provided you the models you can apply the transmission :The 4T65E-HD (code MN7) is a heavy duty version of the 4T65-E used with more powerful engines such as the LS4 V8 and L67/L32 supercharged V6.
Pontiac Bonneville SSEi L67
Chevrolet Impala L67
Chevrolet Monte Carlo L67
Pontiac Grand Prix GTP/GXP
Buick Regal GS
Buick Riviera L67 (97-99)
So ,yes you can!
Change the spark plugs and pay special attention to the plug on bank 3. Look for physical damage on the electrode...cracked, bent etc. Use Autolite 605's copper core gapped to .055" and NEVER run less than 92 octane.
Well, the short answer is "yes". But - it isn't nearly as simple as just bolting the supercharger onto the intake and VOILA!, now you're supercharged. The procedure that you're inquiring about is commonly referred to as a "top swap", and there are numerous parts you will need for both engine as well as the transmission. Why the transmission? Because the GT and GTP use different gear ratios and the GTP has a 4T65HD as opposed to the 4T65E that is in the SE/GT. You will also need to have the PCM reprogrammed to accomodate all of these changes.
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