how to change ignition switch on 2003 pontiac grand prix?

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Answered: Ignition key goes in and out but stuckin lock position in my pontiac

thank for some good tips. i had already did the lube one and when that did not work i decided to put new switch in. igot back on line this time i went to grand prix.com i found out 1998 was one yr they used a switch that they now know was bad(tumblers bad causing lots of wear on key witch had ...

Answered: Can I remove the headlight switch on a 95 pontiac grand am without

I'm not sure but I'd suggest you take the car to a mechanic and ask.

Answered: What is the bigger car, grand prix or pt cruiser?

Grand Prix is a little larger and weighs a little more

Answered: Free Grand Prix vouchers for Friday...

Thanks for your help. I found the website where you can get the "free vouchers" online. Web address is www.radiocontrolme.com . Thanks again...

Answered: Will rims from late model Grand Prix fit my 97 Grand Prix

Probably not, and I wouldn't try this. You might compromise the safety of your car.

Answered: How do you test 1988 grand prix fuel sending unit?

Hello. Best info on the testing.Public library. Reference section. The librarians can assist. ALLDATA. Most librarys subscribe. In the electronic databases. Access ALLDATA. Look up by year,make.model & engine size. Instrument panel. Fuel gage. All printable. You will need a good test meter ...
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Ignition switch or turn signal switch?

It's impossible to give a diagnostic analysis without seeing the car. I think you should go with your gut feeling if there really is such a difference in price. I have very strong feelings about working with an establishment I don't trust and I do everything I can to stay away from such situations ...

Alternative of the Singapore grand Prix packages

We got sum Grand Pricks over in the holler. Bubba

I would like to change my on-line payment from $17.95 to $23.95. How can

So let me get this straight. Your paying $17.95 for AOL, which you can get for free. But you don't want to pay $17.95. You want to pay $23.95. Because it's better to pay even more for something you can get for free. That makes perfect sense.

I have a 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix, and suspect that I need to replace an

i think that easiest thing to do would be to take your car to a couple different places to get a quote. you might be able to get a good deal.