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KYB
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Suspension Strut and Coil Spring Assembly - Front KYB

P311-5175905    SR4002  New

Qty:
$115.74
KYB Suspension Strut and Coil Spring Assembly  Front
  • Complete Corner Unit Assembly -Strut, Mount and Spring
  • Recommended OE Replacement
  • Strut-Plus
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: KYB
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1999 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front GT
Eastern Catalytic
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Catalytic Converter 6 Cyl 3.8L Eastern Catalytic

P311-4558DAA    99176  New

Qty:
$102.92
Eastern Catalytic Catalytic Converter
  • Legal Note: Not For Sale or Use in the state of California NY (vehicles with California Emissions)
  • UNIVERSAL
Brand: Eastern Catalytic
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2001 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 3800 231
Eastern Catalytic
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix Catalytic Converter 6 Cyl 3.1L Eastern Catalytic

P311-41AA8E7    99175  New

Qty:
$102.92
Eastern Catalytic Catalytic Converter
  • Legal Note: Not For Sale or Use in the state of California NY (vehicles with California Emissions)
  • UNIVERSAL
Brand: Eastern Catalytic
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Vehicle Block CC CID
2001 - Pontiac Grand Prix V - 189
Monroe
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix Shock Absorber - Front Monroe

P311-5B04C68    58273  New

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$65.37
Monroe Shock Absorber  Front
  • For Towing Hauling
  • Monroe Load Adjusting Shock Absorber
  • Product Attributes:
    • Compressed Bumper Stop: No
    • Compressed Length: 8.750
    • Dust Shield: Yes
    • Dust Shield Material: Metal
    • Extended Bumper Stop: Yes
    • Extended Hydraulic Lockout: No
    • Extended Length: 13.000
    • Lower Mounting Code: Cross Pin Mount - Closed Ended, 5/16 Hole Id (both Ends) X 2.7/16 Pin Length (hole Center To Center)
    • Max Year Covered: 1974
    • Min Year Covered: 1964
    • Most Popular Make / Model: Chevrolet Camaro
    • Most Popular Year: 1969
    • Parts Pack(s): P01134
    • Product Grade: Economy
    • Spring (Rate): 45
    • Total Part VIO: 433092
    • Travel Length: 4.250
    • Upper Mounting Code: Stem Mount - 2.3/8 Stem Length X 3/8-16 Thread Pitch
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Monroe
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1969 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front
Moog
1980 Pontiac Grand Prix Coil Spring Set - Front 6 Cyl 3.8L Moog

P311-4DDBADC    5598  New

Qty:
$78.84
Moog Coil Spring Set  Front
  • Constant Rate Coil Springs
  • Product Attributes:
    • Bar Diameter - Inches: 0.67
    • Bar Diameter - MM: 17.00
    • End Type 1: Squared
    • End Type 2: Tangential
    • Feature 1: Powder Coated To Protect Against Corrosion, Which Can Cause Coil Spring Fatigue Or Fracture.
    • Feature 2: Designed To Lower Stresses For Longer Service Life.
    • Feature 3: All Coil Springs Are 100% Load Tested.
    • Feature 4: Worn Or Sagging Coil Springs Can Cause Premature Tire Wear Due To Vehicle Misalignment.
    • Free Height - Inches: 15.38
    • Free Height - MM: 390.70
    • ID - Inches: 4.09
    • ID - MM: 103.90
    • Installation Height - Inches: 11.00
    • Installation Height - MM: 279.40
    • Load - lbs: 1520.00
    • Spring Rate - lbs per inch: 347.00
    • Spring Type: Constant Rate
  • MOOG Problem Solver products incorporate proven design and engineering features for like new steering, ease of installation and longer life. MOOG is the preferred steering and suspension brand of professional technicians and NASCAR Crew Chiefs.
Brand: Moog
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1980 - Pontiac Grand Prix V 3800 231 Front Base
Bosch
1976 Pontiac Grand Prix Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Bosch

P311-199791E    40516  New

Qty:
$7.08
Bosch Windshield Wiper Blade  Front
  • Bosch DirectConnect Wiper Blade
  • DirectConnect
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adapters Included: Yes
    • Attached Spoiler / Aerofoil: No
    • Blade Material: Natural Rubber
    • Blade Type: Bracket
    • Frame Color: Black
    • Frame Material: Steel
    • Length: 16
    • Wiper Blade Design: All-season
    • Wiping Edges: 1
  • Bosch DirectConnect Wiper Blades are designed for dependable wiping performance. Every blade incorporates dual steel tension springs and a precision cut natural rubber wiping element. That means premium wiping performance and a clear view. And the exclusive Bosch DirectConnect one-step system makes installation quick and easy.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle Position
1976 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front
Bosch
1977 Pontiac Grand Prix Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Bosch

P311-070C602    41916  New

Qty:
$7.53
Bosch Windshield Wiper Blade  Front
  • Bosch Excel+ Wiper Blade
  • Excel+
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adapters Included: No
    • Attached Spoiler / Aerofoil: No
    • Blade Material: Natural Rubber W/graphite
    • Blade Type: Bracket
    • Frame Color: Black
    • Frame Material: Steel
    • Length: 16
    • Wiper Blade Design: All-season
    • Wiping Edges: 1
  • Bosch Excel+ Wiper Blades clean windshields better and last longer than ever before. This ultra performance windshield wiper blade features an exclusive dual rubber compound with a fully-enclosed metal tension spring, housed in an aerodynamic steel frame. The result is windshield wiper blades with less streaking and unmatched resistance to wear from weather and corrosive elements. And with the exclusive Bosch DirectConnect one-step system, installation is quick and easy.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1977 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front
Bosch
2005 Pontiac Grand Prix Windshield Wiper Blade - Front Bosch

P311-5916A44    40522  New

Qty:
$7.72
Bosch Windshield Wiper Blade  Front
  • Bosch DirectConnect Wiper Blade
  • DirectConnect
  • Product Attributes:
    • Adapters Included: No
    • Attached Spoiler / Aerofoil: No
    • Blade Material: Natural Rubber
    • Blade Type: Bracket
    • Frame Color: Black
    • Frame Material: Steel
    • Length: 22
    • Wiper Blade Design: All-season
    • Wiping Edges: 1
  • Bosch DirectConnect Wiper Blades are designed for dependable wiping performance. Every blade incorporates dual steel tension springs and a precision cut natural rubber wiping element. That means premium wiping performance and a clear view. And the exclusive Bosch DirectConnect one-step system makes installation quick and easy.
  • Suggested Purchase Quantity: 2
    • Most jobs typically require 2 of this item.
Brand: Bosch
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Vehicle Position
2005 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front
KYB
1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Coil Spring Insulator KYB

P311-05FCE35    W0133-1681938  New

Qty:
$26.24
KYB Coil Spring Insulator
  • Front - Lower
Brand: KYB
This Product is Eligible for Free Ground Shipping
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Vehicle
1999 - Pontiac Grand Prix
Sachs
1989 Pontiac Grand Prix Clutch Flywheel Sachs

P311-4300B96    W0133-1686087  New

Qty:
$114.99
Sachs Clutch Flywheel
Brand: Sachs
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1989 - Pontiac Grand Prix

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1997 Pontiac Grand Prix - Running Hot

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Question From upmm019 on 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix - Running Hot

I have a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT - 3.8L - Non-Supercharged.

Car has about 120k on it but the motor was replaced recently.

Car is running hot and I'm not sure where to start in regards to getting it fixed.



Temp runs up to the red before the fans kick in at all. then when they do... the temp goes down to the blue. It never runs any cooler.

I just put about 2500 dollars into the car and really cannot afford to get much more into it.

I checked the coolant level and it's full.

the fans come on but not until it's super hot and when they do come on I cannot say they are super loud, etc.

What should these cars run at normally for a temp after being warmed up?

When should the Fans kick on?

any other suggestions?

The car is my sons and I've told him if it gets hot to just turn on the heat to bring it down. He has been doing that often so it's time to figure out the problem and have it repaired.

Any help would be wonderful...

Response From Hammer Time

One thing you will find with these cars is that they will run a lot hotter in slow traffic situations with the A/C off. That is normal and intentional. The fans aren't programmed to come on until approx 226 to 228 degrees if the A/C is not on. If the A/C is on, they run all the time.

Cruising on the highway, it should stay around 200 degrees..

Response From upmm019

My son drove it yesterday and we drove highway speeds in SD (65mph) and he had to turn the heat on to keep it cool.

that is not normal at least in my non-mechanical background.

The thermostat was replaced new with the new engine about a month ago along with the water pump.

I'm wondering what my next step is here.... new radiator? new temp control? new fans?

I can only tell you that last fall I took the car (before all of the engine troubles) to have the coolant flushed as it was all gummed up inside... Almost looked like cottage cheese at the top side. Not sure if the prior owner or someone mixed dexcool with regular antifreeze or what....

When I looked at the coolant the other day it was not like that but it did appear to be dirty looking but then again I don't think the garage put the true dexcool back into it... I think there is some new alternative to the dexcool and it certianly was not the green stuff.

my other car that has a v6, its not a pontiac but that vehicle never runs over 210... probably not a fair comparsion but I don't think it should get that hot but perhaps I'm totally wrong.....

Response From Hammer Time

Mixing coolants won't hurt anything at all. It just won't be a 5 year coolant any longer. As I stated before, these temps at low speeds would be completely normal but if you are seeing 220 or higher at highway speeds, then you have a problem. The sludge you spoke of concerns me. Dexcool will turn into a sludge if left in the system too long or if run with a leak that introduces air into the coolant. You will also make a total mess if you run straight water instead of coolant.

It sounds like your going to need another radiator and some serious flushing to the system when it's changed. Use some flush chemicals to loosen things up first and then flush it thoroughly. Remove the thermostat during flushing and then put it back in. You won't be able to save the radiator so plan on replacing that.

Response From upmm019

Ok, I ordered a replacement radiator.

In regards to flushing, do you purpose any specific type of solution that will loosen things up?

What is the benefit of removing the thermostat? Also, is there any danger in having it removed during this flush process?

I've heard that you can get air into the cooling system if not flushed right, is this true? If so, how can I avoid from having this happen?

Lastly, what is the best coolant to put back into the system. I know it had dexcool and then whent the motor was swapped out the garage put something else in that is not green and it is not dexcool either...

Response From Hammer Time

Just purchase a name brand flushing additive. Removing the thermostat first will allow the coolant to move around more and faster so it flushes better. Don't worry about the air until your refilling it with coolant. We use a vacuum fill to remove all air.

Response From upmm019 Top Rated Answer

well, for those folks like me who do not have the vacuum filler... how does one refill and insure there is no air trapped in the sysem?

Response From Hammer Time

Look for a bleeder first. If it doesn't have one, then fill it, close the system, drive it around the block and run it until the fans come on. Shut it off and let it cool all the way down. Top it off and run it again until the fan cycles twice. Check the level one more time when cooled all the way and you should be good.

Response From upmm019

so what sort of coolant should I buy?

I should have the radiator on Saturday. Barring any troubles I hope to have it installed the same day.

However, not sure if I should put dexcool in it or go with something else.

it had dexcool and then when the motor was swapped out the garage doing the work put something else in that is not dexcool and its not the green stuff either.

any suggestions.

Response From Hammer Time

It's really not that important. Dexcool is a 5 year coolant and the green stuff is a 2 year coolant. The yellow stuff is a substitute for Dexcool with all the same properties as Dexcool but if green coolant contaminates either of the 5 years coolants, they just become 2 year coolants, regardless of the color. If your were to use Dexcool, you would have to thoroughly flush all the other coolants out first for it to do any good.

Response From upmm019

Well, I got the new radiator but did not get a chance to install it.

However, my son who drives this car, indicated that on his way back to college driving normal highway speeds without the air conditioning on says the car runs at about 250 degrees.

is that not a little too warm? We were only having mild 70's temp in our area too.

My other vehicles run around 210

Response From Hammer Time

Of course that's too hot but why are you driving it when you haven't installed the radiator yet? Your going to end up with a blown head gasket. That engine is very prone to that and that temp can easily do that. 230 is acceptable. 250 is not.

Response From upmm019

didnt have time.

I was not aware it would do that.

I will advise him to continue to run the heat/air to keep the temp down.

next time he is home I'll swap out the radiator.

How does one test if the fans are coming on at the right temp? I know the fans come on when the air is on and they do come on when it's not on but not until the car is around that 250 range.

Response From Hammer Time

Turning the heat on isn't going to save your engine. All that does is add a couple quarts more coolant into the mix but it only a momentary relief.

Don't worry about the fans right now. They have no effect at highway speeds.

Response From upmm019

I'm going to work on the car later today....

Just so I'm clear ... you suggest that I pull the thermostat and hook everything back up but add a flush addiative.

Let it run and then go ahead and empty everything and replace the radiator with the new one.

I can use the normal dexcool as a replacement and just run it a few cycles to insure the system is full.

That said... what should I be seeing for temps?

should I put a new thermostat in it too or can I use the existing.. it was new just a few months ago when the engine was replaced.

Also... on that temp guage where should I see it normally run? if it's working right should it ever go over the 4th tick mark closest to 260 ?

Response From Hammer Time

If the car has been real hot since the thermostat was installed, then replace it again. sounds like you understand everything. Normal temps would be 195 to 205 at cruising speed and as high as about 230 in traffic with the A/C off.

Response From upmm019

No, I think it's ran hot since we've had it.

I was trying to find a picture of what the coolant looked like before I had it flushed once...

The nearest I could find is this one..


it was not that bad but there was globs of stuff in it... just wonder if that fowled up the current radiator...

Also, do I need to buy one of thos prestone flush kits or I just do what you suggested (take out thermostat and run with addiative)?

Response From Hammer Time

Yes, all that stuff has to be flushed out.
Remove the thermostat and put the empty housing back on. Use some strong flushing chemical and run the car for at least 30 minutes @ 2000RPM if it will do that without overheating. If not, you may have to repeat the process again.

When your finished flushing, remove the lower hose and upper hose and run the garden hose into the upper until it flows clear at the bottom with the engine off.. Then put your T-stat back in and replace the radiator. Don't install the new rad until you get all that junk out.

Response From upmm019

Gotcha!

Thanks for all of your help

I'll report the outcome...

Response From upmm019

I forgot to ask one thing....

since I am replacing the radiator.... should I replace the radiator cap too?

Not sure if that is needed or not or what sort of problem come from a bad radiator cap if there is any...

Response From Hammer Time

I try to change them when I can, especially when they get all gummed up. They are calibrated to a specific pressure for release and they have to remain accurate.

05 Pontiac Grand Prix makes a whining noise

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Question From alcurtis99 on 05 Pontiac Grand Prix makes a whining noise

I have a 05 Pontiac Grand Prix makes a whining noise when I put it in gear. Any suggestions?

Response From nickwarner

Don't suppose you've checked the transmission fluid have you?

Response From alcurtis99 Top Rated Answer

Yes, Nick I have checked the transmisson fluid.

Response From nickwarner

My bad, I really need to get more sleep. Wow, I'm really starting to realize why my mom kept telling me to wear a helmet. Those concussions are coming back to haunt me.

Response From Hammer Time

Nick, Didn't you post this to this thread earlier?


This thread has been dead for over a month. I would imagine the man has solved his problem. Stop answering old threads.

Response From techforfree

just for fun remove the serpintine belt from the engine and see if it goes away,my guess is an idler bearing.water pump or alt.and its just more noticable when you put it in gear...good luck

Response From nickwarner

This thread has been dead for over a month. I would imagine the man has solved his problem. Stop answering old threads.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thank you Nick!

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Response From Discretesignals

Is this supercharged?

Response From alcurtis99

No, it's not supercharged.

It's starts whining as soon as I put it in gear.

Response From Discretesignals

Can you record the sound and put it up onto a video hosting site and then send us the link?

93 pontiac grand prix heater fan

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Question From Guest on 93 pontiac grand prix heater fan

need to know how hard to remove blower motor thanks??????????

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Take a peek at this and decide if that's hard for you,

http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBroker?ForwardPage=az/cds/en_us/0900823d/80/0e/d6/26/0900823d800ed626.jsp

T

'02 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.1 belt tensioner not lining up

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Question From ASG5911 on '02 Pontiac Grand Prix 3.1 belt tensioner not lining up

serpentine belt broke, replaced. noticed that original tensioner didn't match up, thought it was bad, replaced. same problem with new one. all pulleys line up, tensioner is the odd man out. am I missing a spacer?

Response From Hammer Time

Looks to me like your harmonic balancer may be migrating out.

Response From Discretesignals

It sure does....good catch HT

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Top post said the failed one and new one were the same is a strong clue! As DS said - good catch HT,

T

Response From ASG5911

thanks for the info guys! is this a situation of tightening it or is it more serious?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

NO! You replace those not fix them! There's vulanized rubber between metal that can fail. Know that if that falls off there's no telling what damage could happen too,

T

Response From ASG5911

gotcha, that's why I asked the question. thanks for the help!

Response From Tom Greenleaf

By your pics for the exact car looks like you have room - it requires a puller rent-able if you want to do it yourself. Some (can't know all) you can get at thru a wheel well if too tight - dunno for sure on this exact one. Good luck - bet if you take a hard look you can verify that is in fact the problem,

T

Response From ASG5911 Top Rated Answer

yeah that is definitely the problem.

Response From Discretesignals

Strange. There is an AC Delco tensioner and a Gates tensioner for a 4 door that looks like it is thicker.

Gates p/n 38353:

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Compare your new tensioner to your old one, might not be the right one.