Torque Specifications for a Pontiac 400?

Answer Although Pontiac was a division of General Motors, the manufacturer produced its own V-8 engines from 1955 until 1981. These engines were used only in U.S. models of Pontiacs; Canadian models gener... Read More »

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The Torque Specifications for a 3.4L Pontiac?

The 3.4-Liter engine is a member of GM's 60-degree V6 engine family. General Motors, the parent company of Pontiac, began producing members of this family in 1980. GM first manufactured the 3.4-Lit... Read More »

1976 Pontiac Trans Am Torque Specifications?

The 1976 Pontiac Trans Am featured 455-cubic-inch, 7.5 L engine. While other manufacturers were scaling back their muscle cars' engines due to the 1970 Clean Air Act, Pontiac continued to value pow... Read More »

1995 Pontiac Grand Am Torque Specifications?

Pontiac began producing the Grand Am for the 1973 model year. Over time, the compact car saw many changes, including torque alterations. The 1995 Pontiac Grand Am comes in four trims that all provi... Read More »

1999 Pontiac Bonneville Torque Specs?

The 1999 Pontiac Bonneville comes in two different editions, the SE and SSE. The car's torque specifications depend on the engine. The Bonneville first retailed for between $23,000 and $30,000, and... Read More »