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2005 Pontiac Grand Prix GT help

Trey.McDowell

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I am very confused on my grandmas Grand Prix. Everything online says that it has 2 exhausts at the back of the car but it only has one. Under the car it appears there is a space for a 2nd but the rear bumper doesnt have the shape for it as the other side. If you can help me find an answer as if it fell off or a mechanic got lazy or something please let me know as i plan on buying this car.
 

melsg5

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Unless the car had it's rear bumper changed, it never had dual exhaust. What makes you think it is a GT? Do you have any of the original paperwork for the car?
Are the 4th and 5th characters of the VIN WP?
 
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Unless the car had it's rear bumper changed, it never had dual exhaust. What makes you think it is a GT? Do you have any of the original paperwork for the car?
Are the 4th and 5th characters of the VIN WP?
Yes the 4th abd 5th are W and P, plus i called my insurance to ask but from what it looks like online it should have 2 exhausts.
 

melsg5

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Is your grandmother the original owner of the car?
If she is, does she recall whether the car ever had an accident involving the rear bumper?
 
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