How do I tell if it is a GT1 or a GT2?

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Asked by Sep 27, 2007 at 11:01 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT2

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I have a 2004 Grand Prix and am not sure if it is a GT1 or a GT2.  What's the differences?

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I'm not sure anymore. If you have the original window sticker that the dealer generally puts in your owners' manual, it will tell you what option packages it has on it. The GT2 was the higher end package.

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GT1 is the base model (cloth seats am/fm w/ cd, usually no power seat, etc). GT2 will have sunroof, pwr seats, disc changer, and other accessories like that. As far as engine or any other specs they are the same.

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A GT2 THE FIFTH DIGIT WILL BE S, EIGHT DIGIT 2 WHICH IS 3.8L V6 SSI WHICH MEANS SUPERCHARGED SSI INTAKE IF ANY OF YOU WINDERDUL GT2 OWNERS WOULD CONTACT ME 5014128308 TEXT FIRST I NEED HELP DEALING WITH ISZUES CONCERNING OUR VEHICLES NAMES IS JAMES PLEASE CONTACT ME!

Our vehicles were also part of the anti theft standards an officer ran my vin 2G2WS GP GT2 SSI.EIGHTH DIG. 2 is 3.8l v6 ssi

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