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Re: gauges in 96 pontiac grand am
Sounds to me like the wiring is bad. If you can get your head under the dash board and visually inspect the wiring for bald spots where the metal shows through the insulation you might be able to locate the trouble.
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Sounds like the dealer is at fault here for not testing their work before saying the car was done. Maybe the ecu needs reflashing or reprogramming, IDK. I would take it back to them and show them. If they act like "dealers", get ready to complain.
I have a 97 and an 00 Grand Prix and an 03 Pontiac Montana. The fuel gauge in all three vehicles don't work. The dealer here says it's a common problem in Colorado where I live. The government required additives in the gas cause corrosion problems with the fuel level sensor float linkage that sends the signal to the fuel gauge. The repair requires the removal of your fuel tank and replacement of the linkage and sensor. It would cost somewhere around $500. I've leared to reset my trip meter with every fill-up and watch the miles and check the fuel mileage with every fill-up to make sure I know when I'm about to run out.
did you open the hp swich located on the high pressure ac lin you have to open the hp swich w/a paperclip in the harnes to open the system to accept the freon your trying to put in open the circut then fill
(1)look at the wires in the steering column where it adjust up and down and see if some wires are touching inside the steering cover.
(2) it a reason to suspect a bad ground to the motor also will cause it too
your mechanic is wrong!!!!cause i have never held of or come across a module doing such things.