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1996 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Discussions

1996 Pontiac Grand Prix
Hi everyone, my 2002 grand prix had an engine compartment fire on March 11, 2006 and after much research by searching the web it become clear that the fire was caused the defective MOP intake manifold...

I am thinking about getting another Grand Prix. My 1996 has been a good car but it is beginning to leak oil around the valve covers and my oil pump is about to go to. I was wondering if anything new i...

also.) And you never hear of the problem in the Grand Prix which also used the 3800 Series II (I can't recall ever seeing a post in the Grand Prix threads here at Edmunds or the Grand Prix Sites). S...

Another example is, in Oct 1996 (against my better judgment) I bought a new 97 Grand Prix GTP. I got rid of the Grand Prix in Oct 1998 for several reasons, of which the biggest was, I got tired of dr...

and Pontiac Transport minivans, and Pontiac Grand Prix cars to repair a lower pinion bearing condition in the power steering gear assembly. Of the total, about 240,000 are in Canada and 1.2 million o...

i have a 1996 grand prix with a 3.1 motor. i also had over heating problems but that was due to a faulty lower intake gasket that goes every 2 years, i am not sure if this will help you. i went in and...

I am a new 1996 grand prix owner. The car continuously "bounces" in the rear. Even after new struts and tires were installed. Is the fiberglass mono spring a replaceable and serviceable it…...

The details of my vehicle is it's a 1996 Grand Prix GTP 3.4v DOHC. The previous owner had a few minor performance parts installed....
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