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2002 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Discussions

My 2002 Grand Prix GTP has 185000km on it and has been great to me except for this one(major) issue that started not too long ago. The car, at times, will just rev up on its own for no apparent reason...

OK long story so hope I don't ramble too much but I need help. 2002 pontiac grand prix gt 3.8 122,000 miles. About 3 months ago the abs would active while going down the road and the abs light and tra...

I have a 2002 Grand Prix with 93,000Km's on it and does anyone know why a piston would go dead in it. It is a 3.8 V6 the car is like NEW! I have friends with this same engine and they have 300,000km's...

2002 Blend door actuator problems: Dual zone manual adjustment control head....

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...

See also: (Video, 2:18) 1997-2001 Grand Prix GTP Stalling Fixed...

I just financed my 2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GT in August, so I haven't even made a years worth of payments yet, but I have it scheduled to be paid off in 36 months total....

what would cause the fuse for my hvac to blow in my 2002 pontiac grand prix to blow every time i turn it on...

1997-2002 Pontiac Bonneville, Grand Prix...

would anyone know where the passlock wire is on the ignition of a 2002 grand prix, the 2002 3.8 is different from all the other models ive looked through...

Well, after being the owner of a GMC Envoy SLE (crashed last week, no injury) and not wanting a SUV again, I was looking at the 4 doors Grand Prix GTP 2002....

Does anyone know where the fan motor resistor is located in grand prix se, 2002...

Have to disagree with the size of the cars here.I have a 98 Bonneville SSE and a 2003 Grand Prix GT-there is NO COMPARISON on interior comfort and room. The Bonneville can seat 3 childrens car seats i...

My advice to Grand Prix owners is "sell." I live in SW Fla, so heat is the big killer of many mechanical items, however I will keep this car for other visiting family members to drive, sinc...
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