Question about 1984 Pontiac Grand Prix
There could have been a few different rear ends depending on engine, transmission and use. GM has a service in Canada and the USA that can use your VIN number and give you the build sheet and specs on your specific car. I think it costs about $35. Your local dealer should be able to give you the number for this, it's toll free. You may also be able to find the original one in the car. It's paper and usually under the back seat bottom or the back. Take that to the dealer and the parts guy can tell you what type of rear end your car had.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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