Yes it does, it is located behind the am/fm radio, its nothing to brag about, I think it something like 40 watts or something. I recently replaced my radio and saw it when I pulled out the old head unit...
The factory code for your 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix is 152 159. The unlock code for the radio is 0229.
You can find what your looking for at www.installdr.com
Have you installed an aftermarket radio or is the factory radio still installed? I had put in a aftermarket radio on my 04 Grand Prix and it does not keep date and time installed. That's because the factory radio holds that information for some reason I dont know hope that helps.
The Pontiac Grand Prix goes by the GM Factory Wire Harness Color Codes. http://www.installdr.com/harnesses/GM-Wiring.pdf
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Dealer has a special tool to reset
what did you need to know about them?how to unlock them
Follow the link below. This is how I removed the stereo on my 2000 grand prix gt
In the 1989 Grand Prix, the oxygen sensor is in the tail pipe. Look for a wire that is plugged into both the tail pipe and the undercarriage of the vehicle.
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from factory im pretty sure they did not however if it is fairly easy to add a aftermarker i installed a bulldog in mine and the wires and hookups are all right there in the drivers side kick panel. yes it was a factory option in 1989
its up your ass
look for it
P225/60R16 is the proper factory tire size.
inside the fuel tank
Ayrton Senna McLaren-Honda
There were 19 rounds in the 2011 Formula One season: 1. Australian Grand Prix - season opener - 14 March. 2. Malaysia Grand Prix. 3. Chinese Grand Prix. 4. Turkish Grand Prix. 5. Spanish Grand Prix. 6. Monaco Grand Prix. 7. Canadian Grand Prix. 8. European Grand Prix (in Valencia, Spain). 9. British Grand Prix. 10. German Grand Prix. 11. Hungarian Grand Prix. 12. Belgian Grand Prix. 13. Italian Grand Prix. 14. Singapore Grand Prix. 15. Japanese Grand Prix. 16. Korean Grand Prix. 17. Indian Grand Prix (new). 18. Abu Dhabi Grand Prix. 19. Brazilian Grand Prix - season finale - 27 Nov.
Jenson Button has won 13 Grand Prix in his career: 2006 Hungarian Grand Prix 2009 Australian Grand Prix 2009 Malaysian Grand Prix 2009 Bahrain Grand Prix 2009 Spanish Grand Prix 2009 Monaco Grand Prix 2009 Turkish Grand Prix 2010 Australian Grand Prix 2010 Chinese Grand Prix 2011 Canadian Grand Prix 2011 Hungarian Grand Prix 2011 Japanese Grand Prix 2012 Australian Grand Prix He was the 2009 World Champion with the Brawn GP team.
No, you dont need the code if your gonna put in an aftermarket deck. The only time you would need the code is if you took the stock radio out and unpluged the harness, so its not a problem with a new radio.
Ayrton Senna won five Belgian Grand Prix (1985, 1988, 1989, 1990 and 1991).
All Grand Prix GTPs 1997-2003 produce 240 horsepower and 280 ft.-lbs. of torque from the factory. Hope this helps!
pull it apart
No,they debuted in 1994 as standard dual front airbags.