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  • william
    william - 1985 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/10/2010
    Why does my car shake when i go faster than 45 mph.
    120000. the wheels are balanced. the front end is aligned. 80% tread on the tires. ball joints and all the steering components in really good shape. i feel the shaking between the steering wheel and my feet.
     
    • Gerry Garcia
      10/10/2010 Gerry Garcia
      just a hunch but, just because your tires still have plenty of tread on 'em doesn't mean that you may not have a tire with a bad steel belt. Have them checked for that.
  • Ricks Firebird
    Ricks Firebird - 2000 Pontiac Firebird - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/10/2010
    My gear shift ( stick ) raises up when i put the car in gear.
     
    • dirk
      10/10/2010 dirk
      BROKEN TRANS MOUNT{WORE OUT}
  • williamdevin84
    williamdevin84 - 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/8/2010
    I am having problems shifting into 2nd gear, it stays at 5500 rpm codes say solenoid A stuck on can i do this easy
     
  • Amber
    Amber - 2001 Pontiac Grand Am - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/7/2010
    Jerking when shifting into Drive
    I just bought the car and it had been sitting for 2-3 years. It needed a new motor. Everything is together, when I put it in drive the 4th time it jerked really hard. Could it be there's not enough pressure from the transmission from sitting so long? And I can't ...
     
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      I think there's no dipstick for the transmission. Check under chassis, investigate transmission area and you may find the check valve of this.
  • LEW
    LEW - 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/6/2010
    WILL NOT COME OUT OF PARK
     
    • HouseCallAuto
      10/6/2010 HouseCallAuto

      1. Check for good power on the BTSI fuse using a Digital Volt Ohm Meter (DVOM) with the key on the run position.

      2. If the fuse does not have good power, check for an ignition switch problem.

      3. If the fuse is ok, verify power on the Pink wire at the shifter assembly with the key on and the Dark Green/white with the brake released. Power on the Dark Green/white should go away with the brake applied. If no power, check for power into the wiring harness. A console wiring harness inline connector (C240) exists in the harness.

      4. If there is voltage before C240 and nothing at the shifter, repair the broken wire.

      5. Check for a good ground on the Orange/black. If no ground, jump the Orange/black at the park/neutral switch to the Black and recheck shifter operation.

      6. If the solenoids now work, replace the park/neutral switch
  • duh
    duh - 1990 Pontiac Sunbird - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/5/2010
    How to change tcc solenoid
     
    0 answer
  • nubian_mamacita82
    nubian_mamacita82 - 2001 Pontiac Grand Am - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/5/2010
    Why does ny car crank up but will not stay started
    I noticed it after I parked my car after putting gas in the car.
     
    0 answer
  • amy brown
    amy brown - 1989 Pontiac Firebird - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/4/2010
    If the tranimission shakes while driving what needs to be replaced
    rebuilt transmission,it happens while in driving motion,
     
    • amy brown
      10/4/2010 amy brown
      the transmission shakes and rattles when in any gear and rattles harder when drove faster
    • DrkShdw983
      10/4/2010 DrkShdw983
      How long ago was the transmission rebuilt? If you had a shop do it I would take it back to them and possibly have it fixed under warranty. Usually the shakes is a result of low transmission fluid level or contaminated transmission fluid. If the transmission was rebuilt more than 30,000 miles ago I would start by changing the fluid. There are also many additives available that help lubricate the parts and restore seals and so forth. I would pick up one of those products and add it to your fluid change per the directions on the product.
  • karen
    karen - 2009 Pontiac G6 - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/4/2010
    Why would my shifter be hard to switch from park
    when i go to switch my car from park to reverse or drive it is a struggle but once in gear it will let me switch to another easy.
     
    • Mayor
      10/4/2010 Mayor
      If you are parking with your front wheels hard up against something, it can cause the parking pawl to hang up.
      Mayor
      10/4/2010 karen
      no it happens all the time and the car isnt park against anything. My key sticks in the ignition and and the gear shifter is very hard to shift from park and once i get it out of park it is easy to shift from the reverse to drive.
  • racer3162002
    racer3162002 - 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/3/2010
    Shifter stuck in park and wont move
     
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      Could be park switch is defective. You can use the "Find a Shop" feature of AutoMD for nearby shops in your area.
    • Mayor
      10/3/2010 Mayor
      If the car is parked with the front wheels pushing up against something like a divider strip and then placed in park, the parking pawl may be sticking. If you can push the car foreward just a bit it may come out of park.
  • mary
    mary - 2005 Pontiac Grand Am - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/2/2010
    What would cause a seal to leak after replacing a front axle
     
    • mopar
      10/2/2010 mopar
      nicking it while putting axle back in tranny
  • mary
    mary - 2005 Pontiac Grand Am - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 10/2/2010
    How to install transfer case front output seal
     
    0 answer
  • tedwilliams
    tedwilliams - 2003 Pontiac Grand Am - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 9/30/2010
    One of the transmission cooler lines leaks, Do both lines have to be replaced ?
    Where the lines are attached to transmission, they are secured with a plate that has no cut out to remove either line individually. Looks if either line needs replacement, both have to be done.
     
    • Nissan Technical Advisor
      Sure this is not a DIY job. To free you from hassle and worries, let the mechanic do the job. You can use the "Find a Shop" feature of AutoMD for nearby shops in your area.
  • eric
    eric - 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 9/30/2010
    Torque converter clutch solenoid
    How do you install a torque converter clutch solenoid in a 99 grand prix?
     
    • darkmind
      9/30/2010 darkmind
      What have you done so far to resolve the problem of your vehicle? It is usually not a DIY because it is located inside your transmission. You can visit this link view an image of your torque converter clutch solenoid (TCC) http://images.google.com/images
  • eric
    eric - 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix - Transmissions & Drivetrains - 9/30/2010
    Torque converter clutch solenoid
    How do you change the torque converter clutch solenoid?
     
    • darkmind
      9/30/2010 darkmind
      What have you done so far to resolve the problem of your vehicle? It is usually not a DIY because it is located inside your transmission.
      darkmind
      9/30/2010 darkmind
      What have you done so far to resolve the problem of your vehicle? It is usually not a DIY because it is located inside your transmission. You can visit this link view an image of your torque converter clutch solenoid (TCC) http://images.google.com/images