the best fuel would be 91 octane or premieum.
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My 2004 Grand Prix GT2 runs on 87 octane just fine.
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I would not use anything less than 89 Octane
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they should YES THEY WILL ALL GM CARS THAT YEAR ARE 5X115 (EXAMPLE GRAND PRIX,GRAND AM,ALERO,MALIBU ECT ) ARE ALL THE SAME
The Pontiac Grand Prix was produced from the years 1962 to 2008. The throttle position sensor in a 3.8 V6 Pontiac Grand Prix is located on the butterfly spindle of the throttle body.
Pontiac Grand Prix was created in 1962.
Try 87 Octane if it does not "ping" excessively you are OK If it does "ping" go to 89 Octane
You can find them at your local Pontiac dealers. They are really cheap.
below the steering wheel
GXPs come with the LS4 motor so with the compression ratio it's not recommended to go below 91 octane.
Any major brand 87 octane regular unleaded.