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Where do the jack stands go on a 1997 Grand Prix?

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    Bruce Canfield May 11, 2010

    Put the jack stands under the axle in a spot where there is stability and no danger of damaging any components. Make sure that the wheels of the vehicle are chocked and that the brake is set. BE SAFE. Hope this helped.

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You can put jack stand under the chassis, or under a cross section,

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