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1997 Chevrolet Lumina Consumer Discussions

1997 Chevrolet Lumina
I recently bought a 1997 Chevy Lumina Sedan and I love it!!! The simple and stupid question of mine is How the heck do I change the headlights. I got the right low beams from Wal-Mart yesterday and I ...

2700 bucks sounds like a lot for a car that is already 10 years old. You can do better elsewhere. Stick to a vehicle (Lumina or whatever else that you like) that comes with the basic safety gear (Dual...

I have a 1997 Lumina with a V6 3.1 liter engine....

I have a 1999 Lumina LS w/3.1V6. It has 113K km (70k mi). I am in Canada so metric everything. I assume, based what I have read, it has the 4T65-E transmission. Its about three months now that I am ha...

The recall affects model year 1996 to 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier and Pontiac Sunfire cars, Chevrolet Lumina/Venture, Oldsmobile Silhouette and Pontiac Transport minivans, and 1997 to 1998 Pontiac Grand P...

     I gather you still owe on your Lumina & you may be getting rid of one problem & inheriting another. Tough decision. Good Luck....

We already have the Holden Commodore here in the US....is called the Cadillac Catera. The Catera/Commodore are essentially the same exact cars and save for the powertrain choices, they have 'minor' co...

In fact, if I recall correctly, there was a short-lived (2 or 3 years?) attempt by GM to introduce a 24 valve Twin DOHC V6 in 3.4l size(Lumina Z34 had it, among other products), and due to introductor...

This really ticks me off, because my car I traded in for this one, a 1997 chevy lumina with 145,000 miles on it NEVER failed me. It had misc. little issues, but I was always able to get to work and ...

Yeah, the Malibu has the same equity as Taurus, Corsica, Lumina, Impala, and Sebring....

This really ticks me off, because my car I traded in for this one, a 1997 chevy lumina with 145,000 miles on it NEVER failed me. It had misc. little issues, but I was always able to get to work and ba...
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