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1999 Pontiac Montana Consumer Discussions

How do you take the brake rotors off a 1999 montana van????...

Where is the correct position for the metal clip wear indicators of the front disk pads?...

Not too popular Pontiac Montana 1999:...

Hi, My Montana 1999 am/fm/cd display also went out within the last 3 weeks. The clock and station id can be seen very dim or by holding a flashlight at the right angle. I was told it was also very e...

I own a 1999 Pontiac Montana that has a passenger...

Don't know about the Grand Prix, but I'm having problems with my Pontiac Montana power window....here is my problem....

I have a 1999 Montana and the transmission problem of hard shifting sometimes is still there. I have run this Montana with no other major problem for over 260,000 miles and still going. I have had exc...

I entered mine; a 1999 Pontiac Montana 3.4 Litre V-6....

I have a 1999 Montana. The rear fan shut off the other day and wouldn't come on untill I hit the back driver side panel. I am think a bad connection but want to know what all you guys did to fix this....

I just purchased a previously abused 1999 Montana with 128k miles for what I think is a good deal. The brakes need overhauling but the power train and body seem to be in excellent condition. The onl...

I have a 1999 Montana. My engine light recently came on, which it does a lot if the gas cap is not on tight. I tightened the gas cap, that didn't help. Now it stays on and when you accelerate the en...
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