How to Replace a Knock Sensor on a Grand Prix?

Answer The knock sensor in the Pontiac Grand Prix sends a signal to the computer, which in turn signals the control module to adjust the timing when the sensor senses excess vibration or knocking in the e... Read More »

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Where is the knock sensor located on a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP?

The knock sensor on a 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP is located inside the engine compartment. On the GXP's driver side, look below the starter on the engine block to find the knock sensor. The Grand ... Read More »

How to Replace the Air Flow Sensor in a 1999 Grand Prix GTP?

The mas air sensor (MAF) on your 1999 Grand Prix GTP is a device that measures the fuel-air ratio in your engine. The sensors take readings and report them back to your car's power control module (... Read More »

How to Replace the Oxygen Sensor on a 1993 Grand Prix?

The oxygen sensors in the 1993 Pontiac Grand Prix are an important part of the engine management system. The job of the oxygen sensor is to read the amount of oxygen in the exhaust gases as they ex... Read More »

How to Replace Cam Position Sensor on a 1997 Grand Prix?

The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix was equipped with a single camshaft position sensor designed to determine the location of the piston in the engine’s number one cylinder. The sensor then relays that i... Read More »