How to Repair the MAP Sensor on a 2001 Grand Prix?

Answer The MAP (manifold absolute pressure) sensor on your 2001 Grand Prix measures pressure of the air-fuel mix entering your exhaust manifold. Like any other sensor, the MAP sensor on your Grand Prix ca... Read More »

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Where is the oxygen sensor located on a 2001 grand prix?

The 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix's oxygen sensor is located under the hood, in the center, in the rear engine area above the exhaust pipe flange, mounted in the exhaust manifold. It's application is nu... Read More »

How to Clean a Mass Air Flow Sensor in a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix?

Every sensor on a modern engine has a task which helps the vehicle's computer control the engine to run smoothly. The mass air flow sensor determines the amount of air going into the engine, which ... Read More »

How to Repair the Mass Air Flow Sensor in a 1999 Grand Prix?

Named after a famous race, the Grand Prix was Pontiac's attempt to capture the sense of racing excitement in a production car. The 1999 Grand Prix employed GM's 3800 Series II V-6 engine to achieve... Read More »

Where is the O2 sensor bank 1 on a Grand Prix?

The O2, or oxygen, sensor on a Pontiac Grand Prix is located in the engine compartment. The bank one sensor can be found on the end of the manifold, just before the catalytic converter.References:"... Read More »