How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Pontiac Grand Prix?

Answer Pontiac's Grand Prix is a sporty car with excellent handling and when it's new it has a smooth ride. Over time the ride becomes bumpy and after 60,000 miles under normal driving conditions, you nee... Read More »

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How to Replace the Shocks and Struts in a Pontiac Grand Am?

The Pontiac Grand Am is a sporty car with sleek styling and impressive handling. When it's new, it has a smooth ride and grips the road hard. To keep that comfort and stability, you need to replace... Read More »

How to Change Rear Shocks with Coil Struts on a '97 Grand Prix?

The rear struts installed on a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix act as shock absorbers. They carry the shock and the coil in one complete unit, making it easier for the manufacturer to install. These struts... Read More »

Does a 1994 Pontiac Grand Prix have shocks or springs?

The 1994 Pontiac Gran Prix base model came standard with front and rear coil springs, but no shocks. The GXP model came with coil front and rear springs, and Bilstein front and rear shocks.Referenc... Read More »

How to Check Shock Absorbers or MacPherson Struts in a Pontiac Grand Prix?

The MacPherson strut suspension system in your Pontiac Grand Prix is composed of coil springs and dampening shocks. Struts are designed to lessen the impact of bumps, thereby providing a smoother ... Read More »