Having problems with your 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix ?

I have a 2004 Grand Prix GTP, it has around 97000 miles on it. When should I do a tune up? Also, it keeps saying "system charge failure" when I try to start it up.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 22-04-2019

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I have a 2004 grand prix GT2, it has 197586 miles on it, RUNS LIKE A CHAMP. I change my oil with valvoline max life semi synthetic about every 5-8k miles. at 10k miles it says i have 53%oil life remaing so i just change it anyways. I have done the plugs about every 35k miles but i would recommend doing a FULL tune up about every 30k miles or so depending on your driving habbits, I drive about 2500 miles every 2 weeks and my car running in tip top shape. Personally i do all my own work on all my cars just because i know that i am not going to rip myself off. I have had the System Charge Failure come one a few time i just let it do its thing and it went off. Take your battery and Alternator up to autozone and have them test it. your serpt. belt could be slipping a little bit and not grabbing the pullys. I have had the problem where i blew a water line and coolent was all over the place, with the DexCool that GM requires it is a sylicone base and makes a mess everywhere. I am still finding it on my connectors, and around my electrical doohickies. Hope this helps
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