1999 Pontiac Grand Prix Consumer Review: Nice but has its flaws

1999 Pontiac Grand Prix - Consumer Review

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GT Coupe (3.8L V6 4-speed Automatic)

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Nice but has its flaws
By Norm Ried on


1999 Pontiac Grand Prix GT 2dr Coupe


Overall decent buy. I bought the car wit about 153,000 miles mostly highway miles. I now hav 160 and so far had a dirty EGR valve, bad O2 sensor, and a faulty crank shaft position sensor. The position sensor cost $160 to fix. The O2 sensor was a great opportunity to upgrade to a performance sensor $80. The car attaches itself to you. Great looking, and great open throttle sound bouth inside and out. Keeps up with many newer tuner cars!

Best Features

Engine sound, especially after a cold air intake ($280). Acceleration. Styling, and all right stock system.

Worst Features

Too much work just to change spark plugs. Seriously! It seema easy until you try. The plug is stuck unforgivingly to the boot. and the 3 plugs in the back are a pain to get to. When it rains all night, there is water in the car. Headlights are too dim.
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