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1990 Pontiac Bonneville Consumer Discussions

1990 Pontiac Bonneville
Hello, This is my first post, and I hope not to be the last. I could never find any good Bonneville message boards, or web pages, until I found this one. I am 19, and I own a 1995 Pontiac Bonneville...

Pontiac started offering it on their RWD mid- and full-sized cars either in 1980 or 1981. For 1982 the big Pontiacs were dropped, along with all Pontiac V-8's (265 and 301 V-8) and the Buick 4.1 V-6,...

how much doing the "special edition" Bonneville GXP has increased sales of the base car (so much so that they're now moving the GXP styling to all trim levels, which I think is a mistake - ...

My name is Chuck and I have owned two Bonnevilles, one a 1990 and a 1997. The 1990 is currently residing with my daughter in Arizona with almost 200,000 miles on it. Runs great and has never had any...

can someone please help me. i just bought a 1990 bonneville with 130k miles from a one owner. i love this car but there is one problem that has me stumped. when you try to enter the car, and the inter...

Buick Roadmaster, a spy shot of the upcoming 92 Bonneville, the Chevy Lumina Z34 coupe(this review included a write-up on the DOHC 3.4), Dodge Spirit R/T(224 h, 0-60 in 6.8 seconds), Dodge Stealth R/...

I have a 1990 Pontiac Bonneville that is giving all the symptoms mentioned. It runs great but after it gets hot, it stops or will not restart. I give it a few hours and cranks right up like nothing ev...
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