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2004 Pontiac Grand Prix Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-1F432BD    New

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2004 - Pontiac Grand Prix
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2004 - Pontiac Grand Prix
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2004 Pontiac Bonneville Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-44D87F3    New

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2004 - Pontiac Bonneville
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2007 Pontiac G5 Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-54BBFC4    New

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2007 - Pontiac G5
NPN
2001 Pontiac Aztek Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-39F7E87    New

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2001 - Pontiac Aztek
NPN
2009 Pontiac G3 Cabin Air Filter NPN

P311-3395356    New

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2009 - Pontiac G3
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Charcoal Easy (up to10 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2009 - Pontiac Vibe L 1798 -
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Under Hood / Cowl Medium (10-20 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
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2000 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 3800 231
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Medium (10-20 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
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2006 - Pontiac Torrent V 3350 204
Beck Arnley
2009 Pontiac Vibe Cabin Air Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Beck Arnley

P311-5E4313C    New

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Beck Arnley Cabin Air Filter
  • Particulate Filter
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2009 - Pontiac Vibe L 1798 -
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Easy (up to10 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
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2003 - Pontiac Vibe L 1795 -
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Easy (up to10 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
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2005 - Pontiac Pursuit L 2198 134
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Easy (up to10 min.) Particulate and Charcoal Media
  • Pronto Filter
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2009 - Pontiac Vibe L 1798 -
Denso
2009 Pontiac Vibe Cabin Air Filter 4 Cyl 1.8L Denso

P311-52E85BD    New

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Denso Cabin Air Filter
  • Cabin Air Filter
  • DENSO is the OE supplier for this vehicle; Premium particulate filtration media; Captures pollen, dust, and other allergens
  • Particulate
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    • Filter Media Material: Pollen Particulate
    • Height: 1.1
    • Length: 8.5
    • Reusable: No
    • Thickness: 7.68
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Brand: Denso
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2009 - Pontiac Vibe L 1798 - LAY 8
Denso
2009 Pontiac Vibe Cabin Air Filter 4 Cyl 2.4L Denso

P311-52E85BD    New

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Denso Cabin Air Filter
  • Cabin Air Filter
  • DENSO is the OE supplier for this vehicle; Premium particulate filtration media; Captures pollen, dust, and other allergens
  • Particulate
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    • Filter Media Material: Pollen Particulate
    • Height: 1.1
    • Length: 8.5
    • Reusable: No
    • Thickness: 7.68
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Brand: Denso
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2009 - Pontiac Vibe L 2362 - LAX 0
Hastings
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Hastings Cabin Air Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 108
Brand: Hastings
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2008 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 3800 231
Premium Guard
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Premium Guard Cabin Air Filter
  • Media: Particulate Element Only Under Hood / Cowl Medium (10-20 min.)
  • Pronto Filter
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2000 - Pontiac Bonneville V 3800 231
Hastings
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Hastings Cabin Air Filter
  • Opt. (w/o Charcoal)
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Brand: Hastings
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2005 - Pontiac Bonneville V 3800 231
Hastings
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Hastings Cabin Air Filter
  • (w/o Charcoal)
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Brand: Hastings
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2000 - Pontiac Bonneville V 3800 231 1
Hastings
2006 Pontiac Pursuit Cabin Air Filter 4 Cyl 2.2L Hastings

P311-074F986    New

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$11.55
Hastings Cabin Air Filter
  • Product Attributes:
    • Pallet Layer Quantity: 120
Brand: Hastings
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2006 - Pontiac Pursuit L 2198 134 Canada

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hardly any air coming in from heater

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Question From dennishazard on hardly any air coming in from heater

i have a 93 pontiac 3.3 liter, 170,000 miles on it, the heate dose not come out so good, its hot i put in a new heater core and thermastat, someone told me it might be pluged with a nest or something,what i need to know is how can i clean out the heater box ? the blower works fine i replaced it last year the problem is hardly any air come out of the vents, or defrosters, any help would be great....thanks ..........dennis,milwaukee......starting to get real cold and i dont want to go thru this another year .....thanks

Response From arcticwolf70648

I'm not a mechanic but I recently had the same problem...air barely coming from the vents. Three separate trips to the mechanic and they couldn't identify the problem. I went to another shop and the guy identified and fixed the problem in about five minutes. When replacing the blower motor, the mechanic had connected the wrong wires together, causing the motor to spin in reverse and suck air thru the vents instead of blowing air out of the vents. Reversed the wires and problem solved. Very strange but a true story. If your mechanic did anything with the blower motor you might have this checked.

Response From liltruckjr

Try replaceing the cabin filter, it is located under the hood on the passenger side at the air intake..

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Try replaceing the cabin filter, it is located under the hood on the passenger side at the air intake..


liltruckjr, please check the accuracy of your info before posting. This car doesn't even have a cabin air filter.

Response From Hammer Time

Is the mode selector switching from vent to vent properly?

Response From dennishazard

it seems to work, when i put it on i can hear the lovers or what ever there called moving, everything seems to be working right except the is very little air coming out of what ever i put it on, the floor, vents or defrosters, the air comes out good and hot, just very little air

Response From Hammer Time

That would mean it likely has a restriction in the evaporator itself. Look under the dash and make sure it didn't suck in a plastic bag into the air intake. Pet hair is common also.

Response From dennishazard

ok, thanks, but how do i find out where it is ? what dose it look like ? thanks

Response From Hammer Time

I don't have any pictures but the air intake should be pretty obvious.

Response From dennishazard

i have the whole dash taken apart but dont know what im looking for any way u could explain to me what im looking for ? thanks

Response From Hammer Time

You don't need to take the dash apart. You should be able to see the air intake from under the dash on the passenger side.

Response From dennishazard

what do i look for? there is really nothing there , is it a vent or something ? im not sure what to look for i took the dash apart so i can see if the lovers are moving which the are, i feel so stupid cause i dont know what to look for, im also going to take out the blower motor to make sure nothing is plugging it up some how, can you explain a littele more about this air intake ?

Response From Sidom

The intake is going to be coming from the firewall side. Some are up on the cowling under the hood on the right side by the windshield...

Since the dash is apart take a real close look at the a/c evap core. I had one years ago that got coated with dirt & leaves and pretty much had the same problem you are describing by plugging the core.....

Response From dennishazard

ok i found the inlet thing and had the dash all apart, nothing seems to be wrong under there, but what about the entire housing unit where it goes thru the fire wall thats connected to the blower motor housing ? could that have gotten plugged some how ? for some reason my air is being obstructed from the blower motor, it comes out like its on low when i have it on high, i cant seem to figure this out, is that called the heater box ? someone told me maybe something made a nest in the heater box, i need help thanks...........Dennis, Milwaukee

Response From Hammer Time

I think you need to take it to a shop.

Response From dennishazard

ok i will thank you for your help

1999 Pontiac Grand am GT V6 180000 miles

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Question From demetry_07 on 1999 Pontiac Grand am GT V6 180000 miles

My grand am all of a sudden has no heat coming from the vents. The car is running at it's normal temp of 200. The AC works very well. The only piece of information I can give is when I turn the heat on after the AC has been on it smells like syrup. Any idea's where I can start to fix the problem?


Thanks in advanced!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ok - trying to "smell" between the lines this is probably low on coolant. Need to check that the reservoir and the radiator is in fact properly filled. It may not have a separate cap on the radiator which makes it tricky to know - let me know on that.

What I think has happened is the coolant has leaked at the heater core inside the same distribution box where A/C is and with heat request you smell the anti-freeze and the low level doesn't allow heat transfer.

You may find some sticky moisture on carpet or looking up under glovebox which would be the coolant.

Anti-freezes do have an odor to them. Any reason coolant is low can prohibit heat from working. This could be all wrong but does add up so far and the fix would be a heater core replacement if you find coolant leaking inside. Not a fun job in most cars so you want to be sure that this isn't something else altogether.

Hit back with what you find,

T

Response From demetry_07

It does not have a separate cap for the radiator so it does make it difficult. My reservoir tank is full though.

I looked under the dash and I did not see any coolant. I have noticed the moisture on the floor but it is definitely not coolant.

My fear is that it is the heather core. I have never replaced one all I know is that it is very hard to do.

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

It's still likely that the coolant is low. The tank you can see can't automatically fill the cooling system if there's a leak disallowing pressure anywhere in the system which make it tricky to know it's full.

Just when cold you can squeeze upper rad hose and it should push coolant to the recovery tank making noticable turbulence without air bubbles.

Heater hoses can be felt to see if they are warm (watch out - they can be a bit hot to touch so be careful) You may notice neither are or one is pretty cold compared to upper hose which will be at thermostat temp and hot to touch when warmed up. It should warm up and hold pressure notably with a sqeeze vs the pressure noted when cold.

Depending on type of coolant used the moisture inside on floor may not seem like coolant. It doesn't evaporate if you can wet a paper towel with it if coolant. Water would.

It's the odor that has me going in this direction which could be misleading and part of finding the problem.

There may be a valve in the inlet line to heater (heater control valve if equipped) that won't open or other control problems causing no heat. If hose temp falls off sharply right after one of those it could be the fault itself or being told to stay shut errantly. This gets trickier to diag when coolant is known full and engine is up to operating temps to pin down the trouble.

It all should start with knowing the unseen part of cooling system is full which may take removing a high hose to see or it may have a bleeder plug and just coolant would be there. That cute trick of not using the pressure cap on the radiator causes headaches for what used to be a quick/easy check

I can only guess that this is low coolant and where it's low if at all yet to be known. If no pressure builds up normally it opens a lot of possibilities. A mechanical pressure test pump should show the problem if in fact low coolant is the issue. If when known full we can move on to the other possiblilities which include a clogged heater core, dirty core with who knows what and perhaps if this uses a cabin air filter it could restrict airflow but you should notice the lack of flow.

Just understand that the recovery tank can read full and not be in the engine itself. When all is well, air rises to top and is purged to that tank thu the little hose you'll see to it going in the bottom and when engine cools/contracts it will draw back only coolant over the cycles of warm and cold. If there's an air leak/water/coolant leak system will just draw back air from that leaving the tank full.

The engine may be happy inside with some air at the top unseen right now. If air is passing thru heater core - even piping hot it won't blow hot air as it takes hot coolant to exchange heat not hot air to air.

In that it seems engine is happy at the moment it probably isn't severly low if at all. It may blow some warm air at you if you request full temp, low fan to floor only and do starts and stops, turns it may show some heat with some sloshing hot/warm coolant getting thru.

I know it's a pill but gotta know if there's air in there first,

T