Can anybody out there tell me what ltr of engine is in my car

Asked by Jul 12, 2014 at 01:22 AM about the 1986 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: General

My car is an import into the uk   It was reg here in 1988 and on y
The log book is 9999 cc engine which is more or less 10 ltr.  I don't see this as being
correct.  So I'm looking for someone to help me as to what size it really is.  I thought 4 ltr

2 Answers

10Liter would be a 610 cubic inch. Not likely. In 1986 The Grand Am offered several engines ranging from 2.0 to 3.0. You could try one of the sites where you can plug in your VIN and it might tell you. Google "vehicle VIN search" or go straight to CarFax and it might say, but costs $40. might work free.


If your engine is a V-6 it will be 3.1 liter or 3.4 liter. Actually, there are two 3.4 liter engines offered. if it is a four cylinder it should be a 2.4 liter.

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