1997 Bonneville 3800 engine

Asked by May 23, 2017 at 01:07 PM about the 1997 Pontiac Bonneville 4 Dr SE Sedan

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Your vehicle is the 9th generation. Here is an except and at the end are all the cars that are related. Ninth generation (1992–1999) Ninth generation Overview Model years 1992–1999 Assembly Wentzville, MO, United States May 1991–1993 Lake Orion, MI, United States 1993–July 1995 Flint, Michigan, United States July 1995–June 29, 1999 Designer John Folden (1988) Wayne Cherry (facelift: 1993) Body and chassis Body style 4-door sedan Layout Transverse front-engine, front-wheel drive Platform H-body Related Buick LeSabre Oldsmobile 88 Oldsmobile LSS Powertrain Engine 3.8L Series I L27 V6 Specifications [show] 3.8L Series I L67 V6 Specifications [show] 3.8L Series I L67 V6 Specifications [show] 3.8L Series II L36 V6 Specifications [show] 3.8L Series II L67 V6 Specifications [show] Transmission 1992–97: 4-speed 4T60-E automatic 1992–96: 4-speed 4T60E-HD auto 1998–99: 4-speed 4T65-E automatic 1997–99: 4-speed 4T65E-HD automatic Dimensions Wheelbase 110.8 in (2,814 mm) Length 1992–95 SE: 199.5 in (5,067 mm) 1992–95 SSE & 1992–93 SSEi: 201.1 in (5,108 mm) 1996–97 SE: 201.7 in (5,123 mm) 1996–99 SSE: 203.1 in (5,159 mm) 1998–99 SE: 202.0 in (5,131 mm) Width 1992–97: 74.5 in (1,892 mm) 1998–99: 74.4 in (1,890 mm) Height 55.7 in (1,415 mm) 1998–99 SSE: 56.0 in (1,422 mm) 1995 Pontiac Bonneville SSE Unveiled on February 8, 1991 at the 1991 Chicago International Auto Show and launched in July 1991 for the 1992 model year, the interior and exterior of the car were completely redesigned. Developed over a 4 1/2 year period from 1986 to early 1991 under program director Dave Mitchell, styling work took place from 1987 to 1988, with a final design by John Folden being chosen in 1988 and frozen for production that same year. The first prototypes were built in 1989 and went into testing in mid-1989. In August 1990, production preparation began, with early production "builds" being constructed during late 1990. The first series production models were assembled in May 1991, with SE variants being launched in July 1991.[21] This generation hosted quite a few Bonneville firsts, becoming quicker and considerably safer. One of the most notable improvements over the previous generation was that the Bonneville SE now came standard with a driver airbag and was the first General Motors product equipped with a passenger airbag, while ABS was available as part of the sport appearance package. The SSE models came with standard ABS and traction control. The trims were redone once again, the LE trim (which had standard six-passenger seating) was removed, the SE was now the base model (the only model to offer six-passenger seating as an option), the SSE was now the mid grade and a new top of the line trim was now added, the SSEi, which received a standard passenger-side airbag. According to GM's Pontiac division, these trim acronyms have no implied meaning. The new N/A 3800 Series I (RPO: L27) engine was used, producing 170 hp (127 kW) and 225 lbf·ft (305 N·m), as well as the newly designed force inducted Series I 3800 (RPO: L67) equipped with an Eaton M62 roots type supercharger which made 205 hp (153 kW) and 260 lbf·ft (350 N·m). The newly revised N/A L27, for the 1992 model year only, was not equipped with an EGR Valve, and can be distinguished by its white intake manifold, as opposed to black from 1993 and on


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Also for 1996, the supercharged version of the 3800 Series II engine was introduced for the Bonneville. The SSEi and optionally the SSE got a new Eaton M90-supercharged L67, producing 240 hp (179 kW) and 280 lbf·ft (380 N·m). This engine was used from 1995 until it was retired from the Bonneville in 2003. A new transmission, the 4T65-E was introduced in 1998 for the naturally aspirated 3800 installed in SE and SSE models, and the heavy-duty version, otherwise known as the 4T65E-HD was introduced in 1997 for the supercharged 3800 installed in the SSEi models


Engine availability 170 hp (130 kW) L27 - SE (92-94), SLE (93-94), SSE (92-94) 205 hp (153 kW) L36 - SE (95-99), SLE (95-99), SSE (95-99) 205 hp (153 kW) L67 - SSE (92-93) optional, SSEi (92-93) 225 hp (168 kW) L67 - SLE (95) optional, SSEi (94-95) 240 hp (180 kW) L67 - SLE (96-97) optional, SSE (97) optional, SSEi (96-99)

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