Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
If you do not have a digital speed odometer,you would have a mechanal one speed omoter cable is probley dry,causing the clicking sound as it turns inside the cable.
You have an electronically controlled speedometer. No cable exists. If it does it while you air conditioning or heating is on, it is most likely the motor that controls the flap that controls how much heat gets into the passenger compartment. I had a similiar problem with my grand prix I owned. It eventually went out and all I had was heat. That sucked. Not an expensive part, but very time consuming to put it in. Also I would recommend ensuring that it is coming from under the dash and not from under the hood.
Also the hazard flasher,is could be the problem
Posted on May 27, 2011
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