Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
You do not mention if the vehicle is manual or automatic. Whichever, you problem appears to be with the drive, if a manual the problem would most likely be the clutch which is slipping to the extent that it does not drive at all, or if an automatic, the clutches in the box are slipping or the transmission has just failed completly. Whichever it is, the transmission will have to be removed to affect repairs.
Posted on Aug 06, 2011
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