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This is my new used 1998 pontiac Grand Prix Gt with the 3800 series II 3.8L. I picked this car up for 700 dollars U.S and the resonator has a rotted hole in it and do does one of the mufflers in the back. I think it sounds alright but i posted this to see what you think and if you have any setup ideas to throw at me. Thanks for Watching!!
1990 Pontiac Grand Prix Turbo Walkaround/Drive-bys/etc
To be edited.
History, specs, other pub facts:
Forums: http://www.w-body.com/ (more active) and http://tgpforums.com/
1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Start Up, Exhaust, and In Depth Tour
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive
variety! In today's video, we will take an up close and personal in depth
look at the 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GT. Although I have featured one of
these cars before it was not in as great of shape as this one is. I always
like to film near mint older cars. Gives a great look into a previous era
of the auto industry! This GT gets the standard 3800 V6 while the trim
above ads in a Supercharger. Loaded
with many features, the GP GT is a great sports sedan for those on a budget
looking for a stylish and reliable automobile! During this presentation,
we will take a 1st person look at what the car is all about beginning with
the start up, performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data,
and build quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior
and exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only
get from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will
highlight key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any
available options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video
without the good ole engine portion with rev and Exhaust note with interior and exterior
perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a
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2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Coupe Start up, Walkaround and Vehicle Tour
Today i have one of my favorite cars indeed, A 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix.
Basically i like any 97-03 Pontiac Grand prix and any 00-05 Pontiac
Bonneville. We had a 98 Grand Prix SE and a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville SE.
Well guys if you have any requests please comment down below or inbox me.
Hope you guys enjoyed this tour on the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT, Thanks
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$700 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Walkaround. My new/used Car.
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Bought this car at midnight for 700 dollars its a pretty decent car. It has
some performance stuff done to it and this is a video of when i first got
it and im going to record my process along the way as i make it better so
at the end we can see the difference.
Oil Pan Replacement Pontiac Grand Prix GM 3800 Engine Buick Chevrolet
Oil Pan Replacement GM3800 Engine
This is how I replaced the rusted out oil pan on my 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
with GM L67 3800 Series II Supercharged engine. The same applies for the
non supercharged L36 3800.
*** I am not a mechanic and have no training whatsoever. I am not
responsible if you follow the explanations in this video and damage parts
or incorrectly install a component or cause injury to yourself or somebody
else. Major engine components, such as oil pans, should only be changed by
a qualified professional and this video is for
entertainment purposes only. ***
My $900 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP 3800 Series 2 Engine Supercharged Loaded
Newest Purchase, this one for $900. 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP. Loaded!
Options are: 3800 Series 2 Supercharged Engine, Automatic transmission,
Leather seats, Heads up display, 4 wheel disk Brakes, Heated seats, power
seats, power windows, power door locks, Keyless entry, Power mirrors,
sunroof, Aluminum Rims, 4 Door, Traction Control, Cruise, Antilock Brakes,
Dual airbag, dual climate control, radio control on the steering wheel,
nice for $900. Hope to make a quick sale at $1500.
13 second car: 3.8 Supercharged Pontiac Grand Prix, Edgewater 2012
13 second 3.8 liter Supercharged Pontiac Grand Prix drag racing and winning
at Edgewater 2012. Anyone who knows what modifications are on this car
please let me know, I was impressed by those times from that car on street
tires, check out my channel if you like drag racing videos!
HOW TO DISABLE DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHTS ON A 1997-2003 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX
READ "UPDATE" BELOW........Just explaining a few options on how to disable
the daytime and automatic lights on a grand prix, couldnt find any videos
on the grand prix specifically on youtube but found quite a bit of info in
forums online. figured id make a video on it.
alright so ive been having people question various problems that they had
and i found a couple links that may be of some assistence for their
individual cases, cars can be like people, so as to say each one has a
different personality and will react differently to various things you do,
here is one link that answers MANY questions about grand prix's in general,
and the second link is for a control module that you can buy, to add to
your car (recommend professional installation if you dont know what youre
doing), that will allow you to enable or disable the feature hopefully
without any further issues with your DRL's.
i hope this helps, give me some feedback on what you think about these
links, and if you get that module from zzp, please feel free to update us
on how well it works and how easy it was too install.
2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT-3800 V6 exhaust
This is my 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT.
Engine performance mods: Rear Muffler Delete, resonator replaced with
muffler, MSD 8.5MM wires
K&N drop in filter, ZZP stg 1 alt Booster, ZZP 2.5" off road DP, Ported front Exhaust Mani, ZZP alt rewire, INTENSE
High Performance Polyurethane motor mounts, INTENSE PCM, TB screen removed.
99 Pontiac Grand Prix GT Radiator Replacement
I couldn't locate very much of anything online for replacing a radiator in
a 99 Pontiac Grand Prix GT, so I figured I would throw this up. You will
need to elevate the front of the vehicle and remove the rock shield for
more access. Remove the driver side bolt for the cooling fans while you are
underneath the vehicle. Release the transmission lines from the mounts on
the cooling fan shroud as well. Remove the manifold cover. Remove both the
left and the right side reinforcement brackets that come down from the
wheel well to the front radiator support. Disconnect the negative cable
first then disconnect the positive cable from the battery. Remove the
battery, you will need to remove it at an angle. Disconnect the wires at
the coolant fluid level sensor. Disconnect the cooling fans wires at the
mid top center of the cooling fans. Remove bolts from motor mounts. Push
the vehicle back as far as it will go and block the front tire...this will
give you a couple more inches of room to work with. Remove both motor
mounts. Work the wiring harness loose that runs along the top of the
radiator. Remove both left and right radiator mounting brackets. Remove the
remaining two cooling fan bolts. Remove the cooling fan unit...you may have
to angle it out to the left. Drain the radiator with the drain plug located
at bottom driver side. Disconnect the upper radiator hose at the motor.
Disconnect the lower radiator hose at the radiator. Remove the transmission
lines at the radiator. Remove the radiator...you may have to remove it in
the same fashion when the cooling fans were removed. Verify the rubber
radiator mounts are still in position...both of them came out when I
removed my radiator, still attached to the stems on the bottom of the
radiator. Swap the coolant level sensor to the new radiator. Swap the
cooling fan mount clips to the new radiator. Swap the upper radiator hose
to the new radiator noting the position of it before doing so. Install the
radiator and complete everything else in reverse order. Expect this to take
2-3 hours to complete as long as everything goes smoothly, which didn't
happen for me. This took me about 5 hours because while adjusting the
position of the cooling fan assembly, the radiator popped up dislodging the
bottom rubber radiator mounts requiring me to take everything back apart.
Fun times. Hope this helps out.