2001 Pontiac grand prix gtp

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Asked by Oct 01, 2017 at 03:36 PM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

So i replaced the snout on the supercharger on my
gtp, and ever since, my car runs terrible. No power
at all. The boost gauge goes all the way up and still
no power. I get horrible has mileage now too. What
could have happened? Thanks

3 Answers

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You may have gotten a defective supercharger or the gasket isn't sealing properly. Why did you change the supercharger? Were you having other issues before the change? HTH. -Jim

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I was trying to put a smaller pulley on but ended up having to replace the snout

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Then yes, I'd suspect a defect or improperly installed gasket. Double check your electrical connections as well. Make sure everything got plugged back in correctly. HTH. -Jim

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