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2001 Pontiac Montana Consumer Discussions

Flashing oil light at stop lights? temp is running hot all of a sudden. Low oil pressure? Started all of a sudden today other than that it runs great. Anyone have any ideas before I take it in. When?...

hi im having the same problem on my montana 2001 i just brought it in to get the head gasket fix and the lower intake gasket i never tought i was gonna have that kind of problem. i had a toyota coroll...

JJallen07 comment was very useful, as on my Montana 2001, the van switch failed completely this week, but then started again. Also, my radio light failed yesterday so I hit the dash, and the light cam...

1999-2002 Pontiac Transport/Montana...

They front wipers on my Montana 2001 are currently parked in the vertcial position, been this way for over a week. Is this a do it yourself fix - anyone fixed this problem have advice - as it seems ...

Hey guys, I have a 2001 Montana, it has 149,000 miles on it. The van runs great until the transmission gets up to standard temperature, and then there is a major skip that persists when its about to s...

I bought a 2001 montana last Dec. and the kilometers on it is 266k so far no problem with the van, recently I smell coolant form inside of the cab. anyone can help me with this.....thanks in advance...

PONTIAC BONNEVILLE, MONTANA...

If it can be reset, please tell me how. On my Montana I just need to pump gas pedal three times with ignition on, and this message disappears. On Grand Prix I have tried it many times, but nothing hap...

hi all, i purchased a 2001 pontiac montana about three years ago. it now has about 39,000 miles on the odometer and it has been a good unit. I did have the intake manifold gasket replaced and the ai...
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