Last post on Jan 12, 2012 at 2:43 AM
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Pontiac Grand Prix, Engine, Oil, Sedan
Feb 28, 2008 (4:51 pm)
I have a 2004 GP, and I wasn't sure when I should get the timing belt checked out. I've heard different mileages like 80,000 and 100,000 and although my mileage isn't too high yet, I know that if it fails, it can do significant damage to other components in the engine.
Does anyone have any information or recommendations about if and when to check/replace the timing belt?
#20 of 22 Re: BADGE REMOVAL??? [gearr]
Sep 19, 2011 (11:27 am)
I like to use a product called Goo Be Gone it can be purchased at most parts store or places like walmart.
#21 of 22 Re: How can u Change a 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix's Air Filter ? [craig32]
Jan 12, 2012 (2:39 am)
it'll come believe me. It is a real B%$# but it opens enough to get the filter out. If you want to make it simple for yourself you can loosen the clamp and push back the hose from the plastic so that you can remove the back completely. That would make it easier but No there is no trick just a tight fit. Hope that helps.
#22 of 22 Re: Running synthetic oil [ocmike3]
Jan 12, 2012 (2:43 am)
I have used Mobile 1 synthetic oil and oil filter in all my vehicles and it is, in my opinion, the best oil you can buy. Synthetic oil is engineered so that it doesn't break down like traditional motor oil. So it gives you greater protection for a longer time. The time between changes is where the biggest advantage lies when using synthetic oil. However, I like to keep the time bout the same anyway. Never can be to safe when dealing with your transportation.