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 How to Replace a Transmission in a Grand Prix?

Answer The transmission on a Pontiac Grand Prix is technically called a transaxle, though the usage of the word "transmission" is common. The transaxle combines the differential gears with the transmissio... Read More »
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How to Add Transmission Fluid to a 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix?

The 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix comes standard with an automatic transmission. The transmission's job is to ensure that the vehicle is in the proper gear to take advantage of the car's power. If the tr... Read More »
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How to Remove the Transmission on the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix?

The 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix uses either a 4T60-E or a 4T65-E automatic transmission. Mounts and a frame support the transmission. You need a car lift to remove the transmission. While you could rem... Read More »
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How many quarts of transmission fluid does a Pontiac Grand Prix take?

The Pontiac Grand Prix has a four speed automatic transmission and will use 7.4 quarts of transmission fluid which should be changed on a regular schedule of 50,000 miles.References:Pontiac: Manuals
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How to Install Transmission Cooler Lines on a 2003 Grand Prix?

The 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix has a set of two transmission cooling lines that run between the transmission and the radiator. Transmission fluid runs into the car's transmission to lubricate the gear... Read More »
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