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Sounds like a bad wiring harness to the transmission. Look for broken, lumps, or corroded wires going to transmission.

Pontiac Grand Am... | Answered 2 minutes ago

Sounds like it's in the actuator itself - the part that you move on the steering wheel or dash to put the high beams on or the headlight switch itself.. Find the ground wire on the headlights and run a new wire from that directly to the body somewhere so it gets a good ground, or directly to the neg side of the battery.

Pontiac Cars &... | Answered 3 minutes ago

leaving the thermostat out is a bad move as it regulates the flow of coolant through the radiator
have a radiator shop pressure test the cooling system as it could be a split plastic tank that opens up under pressure , a rusted welsh plug or corrosion holes behind the water pump impeller letting water into the sump

Cars & Trucks | Answered 6 minutes ago

If you change the motor to a different one you will have to change the ECM, fuel pump, and perhaps the wiring harness as well. If you beat a hole through the catatlytic converter you should never have a problem with another 2.2 as the cat converter gets plugged and overheats and warps a lot of heads. I remove it and beat some of the platinum out so there is no more restriction. If your laws have tests for exhaust amounts this may not be practical.

Pontiac Cars &... | Answered 7 minutes ago

Maybe you can take the calabers off and grease the track that the brakespads slide on!!!

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1995 Isuzu... | Answered 9 minutes ago

replace the failing drive belt and make sure it is tensioned correctly
the noise is from a slipping belt and the battery problem is because the alternator is not charging because of the drive belt problem

1990 Subaru... | Answered 14 minutes ago

Alternator going bad or loose connections around the PCM which is where all the relays and fuses are under hood. Try running a ground wire from neg side of battery to a bare spot on the body in case it's just a bad ground.

Pontiac Cars &... | Answered 17 minutes ago

Tumblers are worn in ignition or key is worn down.

2004 Pontiac... | Answered 20 minutes ago

Air lock in the engine cooling system, likely from a bad water pump or other small leak allowing air into the system. Look for wet spot at bottom of water pump an indicator it is bad. Open radiator cap or reservoir and pump the hoses by hand to remove the air by squeezing it out rapidly or rev the engine up and down to assist air out of system with the caps off the reservoir or radiator. keep filling it up until there is heat and it doesnt flow out of the rad.

2007 Pontiac... | Answered 21 minutes ago

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