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2004 pontiac grand am starter

Where is the starter located and what is the best way to replace it

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I believe its located behind the front bumper. Go in front of the car and look underneith there might be a plastic panel there protection it...

Posted on Aug 18, 2008

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behind right fender

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Hi!!Lower engine block, where engine and transmission mate. Same side as the battery. Just follow the (+)RED battery cable to the starter.
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My 2004 grand prix won't start. All accessories


Make sure your battery is fully charged and all terminals and connections are clean, first. If the car still makes a clicking sound near the starter its your starter selonoid. Some vehicle models allow you to just replace the selonoid and others require a whole new starter. Either way you'll probably have to remove the whole starter to accomplish the repair.

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well then it sounds as if you need a starter...there's power going to the solenoid, but nothing coming out...replace starter

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