How to Replace a Grand AM PCM?

Answer Installing a PCM (power-train control module) is not a difficult task and can be done by almost anyone. If you have been told your Pontiac Grand Am has a faulty PCM and want to replace it yourself,... Read More »

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How to Replace the Starter on a '97 Grand Am?

If you notice that your car is only intermittently starting, then you may have a starter problem that needs to be resolved quickly; however, if your car will not start at all, and jumper cables do ... Read More »

How to Replace a CV Joint on a '93 Grand Am?

The front axles of a front-wheel-drive car are commonly called CV (constant velocity) joints. Unlike a rear-wheel-drive system, these axles must move independently on either side of the vehicle as ... Read More »

How to Replace the Thermostat on a '95 Grand Am?

The thermostat in a Pontiac Grand Am--indeed, in any car--is a little heat-sensitive valve that is responsible for letting the correct amount of coolant flow into the engine to maintain an optimal ... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Pontiac Grand Am?

You usually don't think of replacing the tie rods on your Grand Am until it doesn't respond to alignments and tracks crookedly. Because of its integral role with the steering and the wheels, if the... Read More »