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1993 Pontiac Grand Am Consumer Discussions

Hi, I'm new here but I really need some help. I have a 1993 Grand Am V6 3.3. It started misfiring.. slowly progressed and now does not start. Replaced Ignition Module it ran (out of time) for about ...

hey i got a pontiac grand Am SE, 1993, got a qustion that i really need help on, my right turn blinker doesnt work anymore, it lights up but outside when you look at it, its out, i am not sure what to...

My daughter has a 2005 Pontiac Grand AM SE. Twice in the last ten months she has let the battery run down, once she had left the lights on and the other time she played the radio while waiting to get...

1993 PONTIAC GRAND AM Recall ID from NHTSA: 93V153000...

GM has for two decades largely ignored their passenger cars. Lets look at the car Grand Am is set to replace, the Grand Am. This car has been redesigned once since 1993 (was it 1999) and even that w...

My experience has been that sooner or later the paint begins to peel off the cladding & it then REALLY looks crappy. My 1993 Grand Am did this after about two years, my nieces 1995 Grand Am did to...

In 1985 an entry level BMW 3 series was priced at about $20K in the US. By comparison, an entry level Pontiac Grand Am (now the G6) was priced at $8000!!!...

General Motors said that it has recalled 778,000 Pontiac Grand Am, Buick Skylark and Oldsmobile Achieva small cars after reports of three injuries from electrical fires. The fires could occur in the s...

unless you are qualified, I'd suggest you refrain from judging what load levels are "tolerable". Are you studying pre-med too? Take a look at the FAQ page on NHTSA's site. The front passeng?...

I had a friend of mine bypass the heater core for me because there was no heat and a kiddy pool on my passenger side floor. The floor is now dry, there is still no heat obviously. The leak from the ...
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