Pontiac Bonneville owners manuals
- Engine Stalling Because of Mass Air Flow/Crankshaft Position Sensor Failure
- Mode/Temperature Door Actuators Can Break
- The Car Won't Start due to the Anti-Theft System That Uses Raised-Chip Key
- Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid Failure Can Produce Erratic Shifting
- Power Window Ceased Working
- Cracked Intake Manifold Producing Engine Failure
The Pontiac Bonneville is a luxury sedan produced by Pontiac from 1957 through 2005. Bonnevilles were full-sized, except for a short period of time from 1982–1986 when they were mid-size.
The brand debuted as a limited performance convertible through the 1957 model year. The Bonneville, and its platform partner, the Grand Ville, are some of the biggest Pontiacs ever produced. In station wagon body forms they measured 230 inches (5.8 m) long.
The Bonneville is available in three trims levels: SE, SLE, and SSEi. Standard on the SE and SLE is GM's 3800 Series II V6 engine that producing t 205 horsepower through a four-speed automatic transmission. The SSEi is powered by a 240-horsepower supercharged version of the 3.8-liter V6 engine that makes you almost forget that no V8 is available.
Pontiac Bonneville known problems
Some of the common problems or complaints owners have about the Pontiac Bonneville are: