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2003 Pontiac Grand Am Reviews and Owner Comments
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2003 Pontiac Grand AmVisitor, Houma, LA, April 18, 2013 19:55I have a 2003 Pontiac Grand AM and it always kills when i`m backing out, go to slow down, or make a complete stop. What can be causing my car to do this ? I`ve taking it to numerous mechanics and no one can seem to find the problem with it.
2003 Pontiac Grand AmVisitor, Azle, TX, April 05, 2012 09:08I have had my '03 Grand Am SE1 since 2005. It has been a good car, but I have had to replace the fuel pump. Would loose power on excelleration and finally died. Replaced the pump and its been fine. However I have a leak in my windshield from a bad replacement job and now my dash is folding up, cracked, and shrinking. If anyone knows where I can get a replacement, please email me. email@example.com
2003 Pontiac Grand AmVisitor, East Chicago, IN, December 10, 2011 17:05lost power on acceleration car stop wont turn over
2003 Pontiac Grand AmVisitor, Columbia, MS, September 01, 2011 08:57My 2003 Pontiac Grand am has 115,000 miles on it and it started going dead. When someone at Oreillys put it on there machine the throttle positioning sensor code was in the computer. I carried it to the dealer and it turned out to be the starter going out
2003 Pontiac Grand Amjoelburke26, New Castle, PA, December 15, 2010 18:04owned this car for seven years.bought it with 28,000 miles .now has 115,000 miles roughly. one fuel pump and a new battery replaced is all ive done to it other then routine maitenance.best car i've ever had.Master
2003 Pontiac Grand AmVisitor, Round Lake, IL, April 15, 2010 11:48So far I've had a good run with my 03, 2.2L ecotec engine. It hasn't lived an easy life, spent multiple winters in Michigan without the comfort of a garage (never had to replace the original ACDelco battery). Just replaced the brakes, but they were due. Bought it with 30,000 miles, now nearing 70,000. Its getting up in mileage to where I'm trying to do the little things right (keeping it fairly clean and lubed up) so that I don't have a big expense down the road. Also helps to have an upfront mechanic who'll tell you what repairs can wait. My wife has the 6 cylinder model with over 100,000 (also an 03). Her starter is going, but in general has had few problems.
2003 Pontiac Grand AmNette, Irvington, NJ, August 06, 2009 12:51I've had this car for 6 years. The only thing replaced (aside from oil changes)was the fuel pump. The fuel pump went 2 years after purchasing the car. I haven't had not one problem since. The car still drives like new. I use STP gas treatment on a regular basis and LUCAS oil treatment every other oil change. I LOVE THIS CAR !!Enthusiast