Question about 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
Depending on mileage and care...100K+ could mean low on tranny fluid (1) dirty clogged tranny fluid & filter (2) wheel bearing worn/locked? If you think it is dirty/low on tranny fluid, try adding a bottle or 2 of Lucas Oil Transmission Stabilizer...works great without draining anything...try this first...any other symptoms?
Posted on Jun 09, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
well does the key go in does it turn to the start pos? if the dash dost power up its because the switch is bad if it will power up but not start it can be becuse of the resitor chip depends on what is going on if you cant get power its becuse of the switch
Posted on May 09, 2010
This would be the third time I've run across this one. I believe one of your low beam filaments burnt out but you didn't notice it much since you still had one working. When the last one went out this gave the appearance that both suddenly died. Unplug each headlight bulb and check with an ohmmeter for "opens" (high resistance). I'd bet you need to replace both the bulbs.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
SOURCE: 2007 grand prix traction control
hey guys, im going through the exact same thing with my 2004 pontiac grand prix. and i did my research and found a recall that described these issues. I contacted pontiac about this and they advised me to take the car to get a diagnois to make sure its a problem that relates to the recall and they will reimburse me the money it costed to get the dx and pay full cost for the problem. below im going to copy and paste all of the recall info. Hope this helps for all of us
Recall ID # 51199 - SERVICE BRAKES, HYDRAULIC
JUN 23, 2004
2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
CERTAIN PASSENGER VEHICLES WERE PRODUCED WITH LOWER THAN SPECIFIED TORQUE ON BOTH FRONT BRAKE CALIPER TO STEERING KNUCKLE ATTACHMENT BOLTS. WITH IMPROPER TORQUE, THE CLAMP LOAD AT THE JOINT MAY NOT BE ADEQUATE TO PREVENT MOVEMENT BETWEEN THE CALIPER BRACKET AND KNUCKLE.
DEPENDING ON WHETHER ONE OR BOTH BOLTS BACKS OUT OR FRACTURES, THE RESULT CAN BE LOCKING OF THE AFFECTED WHEEL DURING BRAKING AND AN ABRUPT STEERING INPUT IN THE DIRECTION OF THE LOCKED WHEEL, REDUCED BRAKING AND NOISE FROM THE AFFECTED WHEEL, OR SEVERING OF A BRAKE HOSE, INCREASED BRAKE PEDAL TRAVEL, AND REDUCED STEERING CONTROL. REDUCED BRAKING OR STEERING CONTROL COULD CAUSE A CRASH.
DEALERS ARE TO TIGHTEN BOTH BOLTS TO THE SPECIFIED TORQUE. OWNER NOTIFICATION BEGAN ON JUNE 28, 2004. OWNERS SHOULD CONTACT CHEVROLET 1-800-630-2438 OR PONTIAC 1-800-620-7668.
Potential Units Affected:
Original Launch X431 Master
Posted on Mar 15, 2013
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