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The Most Common Pontiac Grand Prix Symbols

These are the most common dashboard symbols that you will see in your Pontiac Grand Prix. Click on one to see more information or scroll further down to see the link to the owner's manual where you can find even more symbols.

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About the Grand Prix

The Pontiac Grand Prix is a series of cars that were manufactured by General Motors’ Pontiac division between 1962 and 2008. During this time, Pontiac produced a coupe version and a sedan version.

It was the most expensive coupe sold by Pontiac until around the 1970s when the Bonneville Brougham and Firebird Trans Am took over.

During its time on the market, there have been eight generations in total. The latest version made its debut in 2004.

Pontiac has sold the Grand Prix as a full-size luxury car, as well as a mid-size luxury car. Platforms have changed over the years. These have been the B, A, G, and W platforms.

The various layouts include a 2-door hardtop, a 2-door convertible, and a 4-door sedan.

The Grand Prix was later replaced by the GTO and G8 at different times respectively. Other similar models include the Chevrolet Monte Carlo and the Ford 500 and Taurus.

There have typically been three trim levels offered. These consist of the base GT, followed by the GTP, and the GXP. There was also a base SE and STE model sold at various times.

Engine options various relatively large petrol powertrains. These include the 3.8-liter L26 V6 and go up to a 5.3-liter LS4 V8 that is found exclusively in the GXP models for the last generation.

Transmissions have consisted of relatively low-speed gearboxes in both manual and automatic configurations. These have included 3-speed and 4-speed automatics mostly. The manual gearboxes have been limited to a 5-speed version in later models.