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Saint Paul, MN
this engine will physically not fit into the cradle and will not bolt up the transmission
i would have a shop scan the OBD2 computer to pull the trouble codes. these codes will lead you down the right path of repair. Without knowing these trouble codes, this issue could be related to many different components. but sounds like it is in the ignition system.
your symptom indicates a starter went bad. Our shop in St Paul, MN deals with starter issues a lot when its -15 out. typically a starter in MN will last about 100,000 due to our extreme weather conditions
Based on what your saying it could be either one. i would suggest finding a good electrical shop that has experience with advanced electric diagnostician
unfortunately pontiac did not make a 3.2 motor in 2004. they produced 2.2 & 3.4.. short answer would be no.
The engine oil pressure switch is located on the right side of the engine block. The switch screws into the engine main oil gallery. The normally closed switch provides an input through a single wire to the low pressure indicator light on the instrument cluster. this job typically take half hour to replace
typically a timing chain will not fail...and usually if it does, this indicates a deeper problem...And like the last answer said, this only needs to be fixed if it has already failed
well it depends on quality, the area you live, and the condition of the current struts... For a complete struts assembly including strut mounts and coil springs, you would be in the range of 350-500 per axle
As the previous answer suggested, there may be more than one fix for this problem. a switch may cost you as little as $75 parts & labor. However a shop will charged diagnostics to verify your concerns. total repair should not exceed $250 for a switch
Depending upon where you go, standard labor time is 15.3 hours and parts should not be much more than $20-$50.