How to replace a crankshaft sensor on a grand prix gtp
This video is dedicated for the GTP owners that need to do the same
crankshaft replacement procedure as I am demonstrating. I hope this video
helps anyone out there that needs to tackle such a job and the video also
shows that it can all be done with simple tools which in turn will save you
time and money.
Rear Brakes Pads And Rotor - 2007 Pontiac Grand Prix
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2008 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP V8 Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
In this video I give a full in depth tour of the 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix
GXP V8. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and exterior of
this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and noting unique
styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine and the details
of it, start it up and see how it sounds under acceleration. A thorough
tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall
appreciation of the vehicle.
How to install a fuel pump on grand prix gtp
In this video I am replacing a fuel pump on a Pontiac Grand Pirx but is
very common procedure when it comes to other gm cars around the same year
and gm decided to add a service port in the trunk area to remove the fuel
pump instead of removing the whole tank like in the late 80's to late 90's
Hope this video helps the DIY people out there who plan on doing this to
their own cars without having to pay someone an arm and a leg or get
ripped off to get a fuel pump replaced.
Cost of the fuel pump online was only $60, Labor was my own time.
Cost of pump at famous auto stores $251.99, Labor $90 an hour , so you
tell me who is ripping who off ? Seems like this world is a whole rip off
but with out it there would be no economy right ? That is why I save money
and even save money for my own customers and they always come back because
I treat them fairly and don't see them as dollar signs but also time is
money so you cant work for free either but be fair and you will always have
Old Race Car First Start - 1968 Pontiac Lemans Stock Car Lives Again!
I picked up this old roundyround race car from a buddies wrecking yard. It
was cheap, my parents are pissed it's in the back yard, nothing is new.
Norm Brill was the driver, I have no idea who he is so I'm going to assume
he went out in a blaze of glory having a shootout with the cops while
drunk, naked and high on PCP, leaving his race car in the weeds lost to
It's a 1968 Pontiac Lemans, the same body as the GTO and Tempest from what
I understand. The engine is either a 400 or a 350 V8, it had air
conditioning and power steering, possibly a limited slip rear differential
but I haven't had a chance to check. The carburetor is a 2 throat unit.
It pained me to see it crushed and sent to China like the Nova stock car
that was beside it, so I saved it, and now ya'll can enjoy it! Sorry the
audio isn't better, it sounds really good in person because the mufflers
fell off but it's more than my phone's microphone can handle. The engine
sounds very tight and any smoke is likely from the nasty gas I filtered and
ran through it.
I also show the old lettering on the car, but it's only because it's neat.
I'm not a race driver and have no sponsorship from the names listed, if
they are even in business any more I'd be surprised.
It's just a cool ol' muscle car!
Edit: Man this is taking a while to upload. The bent fan and nerfed crank
pulley happened when it was moved at the wrecking yard before I got it. I
can fix the pulley, but the fan is toast. It'll be replaced before it takes
out the water pump. The radiator is junk, it's leaking and I have a large
1ton truck radiator I'll put in it's place, possibly with an electric fan,
maybe mounted in the trunk and ducted. I'd sorta like to get fenderwell
headers for it like the ratrod has. Will have to look around at the
swapmeet....man...this is slow...I like Reddit? Ya'll like reddit? It's
neat. Yup...Ooh, I should post this to carporn or something. Oh man, almost
done...go...go little bar, you can do it! Oh to heck with it, I'mna go get
Edit 2: Aw man, it went backwards...was at 100, then went to 95...god, now
I just feel like a girl writing in her diary about stupid stuff. Like, oh
my gawd becky, did you SEE the percentages on that video? I kno rite? Oh, I
know, hey you should check out huskystarcraft if you like video games,
starcraft II Wings of Liberty in particular. That Husky guy is pretty cool,
the music videos are rad. I may have a straw hat and smell like narsty
gasoline and durt but I'm a nerd at heart and I still play with cars! Oh
hey it's done I think...neat.
Grand Prix GTP VS BMW M5 drag racing
This is my friend Jon in his BMW M5 just playing around. I get way to hard
in the peddle in the first run. second run I calm down a little and take
him. Click my chanal to find out what mods I have!!!!
How to replace a fuel filter on a Grand Prix GTP
I was never in any danger on this video and the camera and angle is
fooling everyone, The car was not lifted up very far so jack stands weren't
needed on this job , had the jack failed on me I wouldn't be hurt. Thanks
for all the comments.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT CV Joint Half Shaft Change
Had to change my drivers side CV joint half shaft assembly. Had a vibration
when I accelerated and it wasn't getting any better. So I bought a new axle
and changed it myself. Not as bad a job as I was predicting. Saved myself a
few hundred bucks by doing it in my garage. Part was fairly cheap and took
about 2 hours out of my life. The passenger side is the same brand as the
drivers was so I am expecting that one to go bad soon too. I will change
that one myself as well since I know how to do it now. Make sure you take
the ball joint and the tie rod loose before you take the axle out. It will
be so much easier if you do. Also, you shouldn't have to remove the hub
assembly, but I did. The old shaft was from Pep Boys and only lasted about
a year. The new one I got from O'Reilly's Auto parts. It says it's brand
new as the Pep Boys was a rebuilt one. Hopefully the new one is better
quality. Have fun. Had to mute some background music so I put some royalty
free country and folk music in it instead.