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Hello, my name is Michael Countryman and I'm a big Pontiac fan. I collect service manuals, ads, and such and I would really love to get more Pontiac memorabilia into my collection. I recently purchased a service manual for a 1988 Bonneville, it's the first Pontiac manual I have acquired, and I would just like to know if anybody can tell me more about the car. I love the 50's and 60's Bonnevilles but I've never been much of an 80's car guy. I'd really appreciate some information. Thanks!


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Trim level changes and a new engine. A revised version of the LG3 was introduced, it was the first use of the 3800 name. Featuring sequential-port fuel injection. Also new for 1988, the base model is dropped making LE the base model. Two new models are added, the midlevel SE (went from option package to trim) and line-topper SSE. The latter features an extra deep rear valence, lower body cladding, a digital compass/trip computer, an eight speaker premium sound system and much more.


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