Just a warning to those of you with a 92-98 Bonnie.
I hapened to notice one of my tail lights was sitting low, and everytime I shut the trunklid one of the other tail lights rattled. I thought, eh, 7 year car its gonna have rattles. I paid no mind to the problem until one of my tail lights fell out and was hanging solely by its wiring. I pulled all the tail lights out and found one consistency, they are all made of a cheap plastic. With normal wear and tear that plastic cracks and breaks off very easily and will release the bolts holding them to the car. Pontiac offers no support for this problem and a new tail light can run you up $100-200. I reglued all of the bolts and covered the cracks with a heavy duty glue and then siliconed the gasket to the metal body. Not only did this fix the tail light problem but also stopped water from leaking into my trunk.
I'm not sure if any other Bonnies other than the '95s have the cheap plastic problem but you might wanna check to make sure all your lights are secure before they fall out.