1995 Pontiac Grand Am Overview

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2 Dr GT Coupe
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2 Dr SE Coupe
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4 Dr GT Sedan
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4 Dr SE Sedan
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1995 Pontiac Gagt by max7mus
 — Where do I begin? In the most basic sense, this car is far more performance based than anything else. With the true Pontiac styling kept intact the arrowhead which adorns the front bumper of the ca... Read More
One Of The Few Cars I Have Owned That I Would Own Again. by Carolyn
 — Performance - great acceleration, braking, handling Build Quality - good quality Appearance - good both interior and exterior styling Cost of Ownership - good gas mileage, minimal maintenance Fun ... Read More
Get It If You Want A Pre Tuned Car That Doesnt Need Alot Of Work by Alexander
 — awesome car, dohc turborcharged, trac controll out da ass, limited slip, spoiler and the only fluid you need to put in is water and oil and gas (duh) the only problem i have had is it bottoms out too ... Read More

1995 Pontiac Grand Am Overview

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1995 Pontiac Grand Am

Following what must have been a long list of complaints about the high output Quad 4, Pontiac drops this engine choice in the 1995 Grand Am.  The two-door coupe and four-door sedan now have the option of a retooled I4 designed for a smoother, quieter ride, or the holdover V6 from last year.  
The new 2.3 I4 now gets 150-hp and is standard in the SE and GT with a 5-speed manual transmission.  For more power, owners suggest the optional 3.1, 155-hp V6 with 4-speed automatic avaialable with the GT.  There is no manual option for this engine.  Also new for the 1995 Grand Am, the GT gets variable assist steering, and the rear suspension has been reworked for a sturdier ride.  Base model SE coupes and sedans come with such features as fog lights, power locks, and driver front airbags, but air conditioning and ABS brakes are part of the option list.  These come standard in the GT trims, which add a rear spoiler and center console.  The coupe makes it even sportier with a tachometer and ground effects.
Drivers of the 1995 Grand Am say it is a fun ride, especially at highway speeds.  Acceleration with the V6 is immediate, and there is an overall sporty feeling behind the wheel.  Lots of passenger and trunk room, comfy seats, and a stylish look make up the list of plusses for the Grand Am.  One of the biggest complaints seems to be persistently maddening squeaking and rattling in the dashboard.  Others report problems with the lower intake manifold.

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trujillo1989
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I Have A 1995 Pontiac Grand Am The Fan Under The Hood Was Working And After...

I looked online,google,youtube And no answer. Says there Aint aint No fuses under the hood if there is i cant find them. I know it aint the fan cause we hooked it up to the battery and it works so...

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Denice47
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I Replaced My Starter And Battery And Still Won't Start Can It Be My Anti T...

It's a 1995 Pontiac grand am

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fordman199219
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I Started My 2005 Pontiac Grand Am 3.4 Had A Bunch Of Light Grey Smoke Come...

Also my temp gauge stays at 160 but it use to run around 200

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golfhawk
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How Do I Change Light Buibs In The Dashboard

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jane121255
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If I Needed A Oil Presure Sensor Will Oil Pour Out Of The Engine

oil was pouring out very fast people are saying I was ripped off because i paid for them to replace the sensor they said the oil wouldnt pour out that fast

293 views with 5 answers (last answer 2 years ago)