How to Drop the Oil Pan in a Pontiac Bonneville?

Answer The Pontiac Bonneville is a full sized vehicle through most of its history. General Motors produced the Bonneville from 1957 through 2005, in different versions. The most commonly found Bonneville ... Read More »

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How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Pontiac Bonneville?

Even the comfortable Pontiac Bonneville may need to have its tie rod ends replaced when there's too much play in the tie rod ends. Too much play in the tie rod ends means that the steering will be ... Read More »

Pontiac Bonneville Specs?

The Pontiac Bonneville was introduced in 1957 and featured a V-8 engine with 300 horsepower, appealing to drivers who wanted power and comfort in their vehicles. In 2004, the high-performance GXP t... Read More »

How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Pontiac Bonneville?

Because the tie rod extends from the steering knuckle to the steering gear, if the tie rod gets damaged, it manifests itself in your steering. The good news is that it's possible for the amateur me... Read More »

How to Change the Oil in a Pontiac Bonneville?

To replace the oil filter on your Pontiac Bonneville, slide under the car and see if you can reach the filter. If not, you'll have to remove the front tire. Change the oil every 7,500 miles, using ... Read More »