How to Take Door Speakers Out of 2001 Grand Prix?

Answer The 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix came standard with 5-1/4-inch door speakers, in both the front and rear doors. If you want to replace the speakers with new ones, you'll need to remove the entire door p... Read More »

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How to Get the Rear Speakers Out of a Grand Prix?

Replacing the stereo system in your Pontiac Grand Prix starts with removing the old speakers and replacing them. The speakers are behind the back seat and can be accessed through the trunk. For eas... Read More »

How to Replace Rear Speakers in a 2000 Grand Prix?

If the speakers on your 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix are broken, or just are not giving you the sound quality you want, replacing them is the obvious answer. But if you haven't changed speakers in a car... Read More »

How to Change the Thermostat on a 2001 Grand Prix?

Pontiac equipped the 2001 Gran Prix with a six-cylinder engine that used a recalculating cooling system. To allow the engine to warm as quickly as possible, the engine is equipped with a thermostat... Read More »

How to Replace an Outer Tie-Rod in a 2001 Grand Prix?

The 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix was equipped from the factory with a Rack and Pinion steering system. The outer tie-rod ends in your car attach the steering system to the steering knuckle and wheel. Th... Read More »