Power Window Regulator & Motor Replacement Procedures for a 98 Grand Prix?

Answer The Pontiac Grand Prix’s history dates back to its original release as a two-door muscle car in 1962. Throughout its lifespan, the Grand Prix slowly morphed into a compact, family-oriented type o... Read More »

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How Do I Remove a Power Window Motor on 1997 Grand Prix GT?

The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix GT has available powered windows for both the driver and passenger doors. The window is raised and lowered by a lattice-and-screw device activated by a motor. The screw ... Read More »

How to Replace a Power Window Motor & Regulator?

Power windows have four components: the switch, the motor, the regulator and the window-support. The motor provides the power which is channeled through the regulator to move the window up or down ... Read More »

How to Remove a Power Window Motor on a 1997 Gran Prix GT?

The power window system in a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix relies on the power window motor to provide the kinetic energy to move the window glass. Without a fully functioning motor, the window switch, r... Read More »

How to Replace a Power Window on a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix?

If the power window on your 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix breaks or begins to malfunction, you should replace it as soon as you can as the window protects the inside of the Grand Prix against theft and t... Read More »