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#972 of 980 Re: GTP Emblems/Nameplates [calvin1962]
Oct 04, 2006 (10:31 am)
The dealer can order the GTP nameplate for you. I wanted another GXP nameplate to put on the rear of my 2006 GXP and I ordered it from the dealer and it cost about $34.00. chats1
#973 of 980 Airbags might not work
Oct 06, 2006 (11:51 am)
My wife has a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix and she got into a fairly severe accident a few years ago. From the way she described it to me, it was a frontal impact which did severe damage to the front driver's side of the vehicle. Despite the severity of the impact, her airbags did not go off at all. Also, there seems to be no indication (e.g. service engine soon light or airbag warning light on the combimeter) which tells her that her airbag system may have a malfunction. Could anyone suggest a place she may be able to take her car for some kind of free or inexpensive diagnostic checkup so that we know for sure if her airbag system is OK or not. Thanks for reading!
#978 of 980 Re: Hard shift in 99 Pontiac Grand Prix [debmc03]
Oct 10, 2006 (10:38 pm)
Hi i dont know if you read my comment on my hard shifting, but that man's comment is definitely scary!! He says that "the end is near" and "only takes 2-3 months before it dies" but i have to differ. Ever since i bought mine it has been doing that hard shifting intermittently thing, and my car is still fine(knock on wood). In fact i just flushed the tranny(all by myself, i may add) and afterwards i immediately noticed smoother shifting normally, and when it does do the hard shifting, it's not as hard. When i dropped the pan, however, there was a good layer of grime on the bottom....if this was the first flush it might be normal....unfortunately i dont have official records from the previous owner. anyways I'll keep posting...so ask away!
#980 of 980 Pontiac Grand Prix
by Karen@Edmunds HOST
Oct 12, 2006 (5:30 pm)
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