Introduced as a luxury car in 1962 and changed to a mid-size in 1988, the last year in production for the Pontiac Grand Prix was 2008. No matter whether you have a new or old Grand Prix, maintenance is a high priority. Filling your windshield washer fluid, checking it for leaks and replacing the reservoir are all things you can accomplish with minimum mechanical knowledge.
Tools Used: Tools, Windshield washer reservoir, Screwdriver, 10mm socket wrench, Pliers, Seals, Washer fluid, Catch pan
Replace Windshield Washer Reservoir
Select a new windshield washer reservoir–the part number depends on the year of your Grand Prix. Order it from the dealer or online or get it from a salvage yard. Having the part before you begin, saves you time later.