Prowl's credit was probably done by accident since, while he didn't have any speaking lines, he still appeared in the film and his voice actor, Micheal Bell, voiced several other characters who did have speaking parts. Though, some storyboards do show Prowl having some lines to Ironhide aboard the shuttle before they're killed, but there's no telling if this scene was even animated.
There's also credits for Inferno and Gears, Yet Inferno wasn't even in the film (or even in the film's script), and Gears may or may not have appeared in the film (there's a guy colored like him in the background on Moonbase One) without speaking lines either.
Mistakes happen, I guess.
Anyway, some deleted scene storyboards can be found and viewed here
, but again, there's no way to know if these scenes were ever even animated or not.
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