For the love of God, don't take it to Canadian Tire. I have heard way to many horror stories and they tried to RIP my Grandpa on two seperate occasions with the Bonneville. When the power windows stopped working they were going to charge him $1000 to replace some "electrical harness." He said no, and parked the car. I got it fixed last summer at a local auto shop - the problem was broken wires and nothing else.
The people who work there are only apprentice mechanics, and theres usually only one certified mechanic on staff to check the job. My Dad'* friend got his serpentine belt replaced there and it fell off a day later. They do terrible work and overcharge.
Ask around and find a local mechanic you can trust. You will be happier.
1996 Pontiac Bonneville SSEi - 190, 000KM - L67 3800 - 2.93 Final Gear Ratio
- Rebuilt 4T60-HD w/transgo shift kit, 3.4" ZZP MPS, Oversized tensioner, NGK TR6'* @0.55", Belden Premiums, Magnaflow F-Body Muffler, Magnaflow Hi-Flow Cat. & resonator delete, CAI W/K&N RX-4750, Drilled 180 T-stat, Aeroforce Scan Gauge, Pioneer DEH-P7800MP, MTX Thunder Dome TDX6902 6x9'* on Rear Deck. MB Quart 6.5 up front. MTX 12" Sledgehammer w/custom ported box, 35% Tint all the way around.
1989 Pontiac Bonneville SSE
- 222, 000KM - LN3 3800 - 2.97 Final Gear Ratio - RETIRED