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|Pontiac Grand Prix 1969 Service Manual [PDF]||40.5Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1979 fuse box diagram [PDF]||41.3kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1993 fuse box diagram [PDF]||73.2kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1993 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||17Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1995 fuse box diagram [PDF]||62.5kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1995 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||17.6Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1996 fuse box diagram [PDF]||59.7kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1996 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||18Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1997 fuse box diagram [PDF]||45.1kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1997 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||20.1Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1998 fuse box diagram [PDF]||48.5kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1998 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||18.6Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1999 fuse box diagram [PDF]||54.8kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 1999 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.5Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2000 fuse box diagram [PDF]||58.1kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2000 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.4Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2001 – 2003 fuse box diagram [PDF]||57kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2002 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.3Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2003 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||18.4Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2004 fuse box diagram [PDF]||54.8kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2004 Get To Know [PDF]||392.4kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2004 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.5Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2005 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.2Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2006 Getting To Know Manual [PDF]||771.5kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2006 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.4Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2007 fuse box diagram [PDF]||75kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2007 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.7Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2008 fuse box diagram [PDF]||72.8kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2008 Getting To Know Manual [PDF]||324.4kb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix 2008 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||3.2Mb||Download|
|Pontiac Grand Prix Service Repair Manuals [PDF]||92.1kb||Download|
Pontiac Grand Prix background information
The Pontiac Grand Prix is a family of cars from the American automaker Pontiac, a division of General Motors.
The history of this 4-door 5-seater sedan dates back to 1962, when the Pontiac Grand Prix was a family car with a simple design and good performance. The first two generations were considered quite large, even by automotive standards of the 1960s.
In 1969, the developers decided to reduce the size of the Grand Prix to medium size, while maintaining its unusual style. It is worth noting that the most successful model is the 2004 Grand Prix, which is superior to the 2006 and 2007 models. With the departure of the predecessor model Bonneville, the Grand Prix has become, perhaps, the largest and best-selling sedan from Pontiac. Despite constant competition from Dodge Charger, the Grand Prix model has managed to maintain its position and demonstrate the ability to compete with dignity, and models with V6 engines can easily compete with Nissan, Volkswagen and Mazda.
The seventh generation Grand Prix began production in 2004 and was presented at the Chicago Auto Show on February 7, 2002 as the G-force concept car. The production version was presented at the Los Angeles International Auto Show on January 3, 2003. The new generation had four modifications: GT1, GT2, GTP and GTP Comp-G (for competition). The GT1 and Fancier GT2 are equipped with a Series III 3800 V6 engine producing 200 hp. With. (150 kW) and 230 Nm (310 Nm) of torque, while both GTP models had an Eaton Gen 5 Supercharger 3800 Series III V6 engine with 260 hp. With. (195 kW) and a torque of 280 Nm (380 Nm) turbocharged.
In 2008, Pontiac stopped producing the GT modification, but continued to offer the rest. The basic version was offered with a 200 hp V6 engine. With. (150 kW) and 16 inch (41 cm) wheels. Several new colors were also added for the 2008 model year. Production of the G8 ended in June 2009. The Pontiac brand was dissolved in 2010 due to bankruptcy.
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