2002 Pontiac Bonneville SSEI 3.8 V6 from North America
Right rear window regulator.
One of two horn set out.
Passive alarm system intermittent.
Anti-lock, traction control, stability system failure-service lights come on and reset on engine restart. No codes.
Hard not to like car, loaded with luxury and ride. Looks good also.
Can't help, but worry about above, points to an electrical problem and since there are no codes, then according to the dealer there is nothing wrong. (That will be $80.00 please) May have to dump and trade to avoid rocky future.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Don't Know
Review Date: 1st September, 2005
I just bought a 00 Pontiac Bonneville SSEI.
I think these cars are nice and reliable. What happens is people think because it is a supercharger that they can mistreat this car. The supercharger was designed to move the heavy car, all 3500 pounds I think.
The 2000 SSEI Bonneville are good cars, but some people don't want to take care of this car because when it breaks it is expensive to fix.
The series 2 supercharger engine is the world's best engine award in my opinion, mine is running good at 161,000.
What it is is that some people don't want to fix their Bonnevilles because the parts are ridicoulous high price.
Let every one know Bonneville are the best sedan money can buy...