The standard engine for 1971-72 was a 455 cubic-inch V8 with two-barrel carburetor that was rated at 280 gross horsepower for 1971 and 185 net horsepower for 1972 and optionally available was the four-barrel version of the 455 rated at 325 gross horsepower in 1971 and 250 net horsepower in 1972. I had a flat tire and went to retrieve the jack, which is located in the passenger side of the trunk. Passenger airbags also became standard on all models. This model had been produced since 1978 along with its siblings the , , and , and sported a Buick 231 cid V6, Chevrolet 305 cid V8, or Oldsmobile 350 cid diesel V8. Please use General Chat for non-mechanical issues, and Performance and Brainstorming for improvements. Been at dealership over a month.
I also just changed the battery recently because it died out completely last week. Battery is brand new by the way the car cranks strong. Find a low miler, don't pay too much and you'll have a great luxury car. Do you have a security light lit on the insturment cluster? Been at dealership over a month. No one could have predicted when this was going to happen. Meets of Any size can be discussed here.
You may luck out and have the pump replaced and fix the problem, but if it has more than 125,000 miles on the engine, the bearings are probably failing too. The distinctive protruding grille made its appearance on all Pontiac products during the early 1960s, and was a modern revival of a similar appearance on Pontiac products during the 1930s and early 1940s, as demonstrated on the. Replaced that then the compressor went out. Good luck and let me know if that helps you and fixes the problem. Please post Audio problems in the Audio forum, and Engine control problems in the appropriate Mechanical forum for your year. I even wrote and sent pictures a letter to john F smith jr.
The previous standard 600 cfm Carter square bore four-barrel and optional Tri-Power was replaced with the new Quadarajet spread bore carburetor delivering 800 cfm, equivalent to the previous 1966 Tri-Power set-up. The relays all seem to be fine. If you fill the brake reservior, the light should go out. Its had a roar in the rear end ever since we got it. Any picture or video files must be posted on a server somewhere to be linked here.
You may luck out and have the pump replaced and fix the problem, but if it has more than 125,000 miles on the engine, the bearings are probably failing too. For a 10 year old car that was paid off in 4 years. Overall my favorite car that I have owned. Is there possibly a computer that controls those things that I don't know about? A 185-horsepower Oldsmobile 403 cubic inch V8 was also an option. Inside, new upholstery and instrumentation were featured.
I own a white 1995 Pontiac Bonneville, which I bought new on nov23,1994. Car was towed from scene. The car may be 13 years old, but the engine and tranny and only 4 and 3 years old, so she purrs on the road. The relays all seem to be fine. I'm almost sure its a cross short.
After the truck dropped it, it started right up and died about a minute later. I'd swear by this car to anyone interested in one! The power window and power seat use circuit breakers. The body shop manager said that my car was in excellent shape and was a car that was well taken care of. With the demise of the Grand Ville series after 1975, Bonneville once again became the top-line full-sized Pontiac series, with a Bonneville Brougham model featuring the luxurious interior appointments from the departed Grand Ville. I've taken the car back to the dealership where purchased and was told that there was a defect in the undercoating process and that my car was going through the process known as delamination of the paint or better known as peeling of the paint. Buy one that it is clearly taken care of, and you will be fine.
If do not know this , do yourself a favor , take it to a qualified repair shop. Need to tweek your image-posting capabilities? The oil is pumped thru the crank bearings, then up to the top of the cyl heads. I loved the car, but questioned my sanity of buying a car with that many miles on it. The standard engine for Bonneville was Pontiac's new 301 cubic-inch V8 rated at 135 horsepower 101 kW and optional engines included a 170-horsepower 350 or 180-horsepower 400 cubic-inch V8. Bonneville models were standard equipped with through 1964 or 1965-on. No longer use key fob, door unlocks properly when using the key. Please help and thanks so much! Suspension revisions were introduced in 1990 for the 1991 model year.
Have had routine maintenance like brakes, rotors, tires, etc. A General Motors corporate edict that took effect with the 1967 model year led Pontiac to discontinue the Tri-Power engine options on all of its cars. The steering linkage was reattached and the clock spring coil kit was replaced clock spring was torn when steering linkage separated. Buy Nissan or any other foreign. Only one weld was made during manufacture allowing the bracket to break loose.