How Do I Add Engine Coolant in a Pontiac Montana?

Answer Maintaining the proper coolant level in your 2004 Pontiac Montana van is a crucial part of protecting the engine components. The coolant regulates the engine temperature, preventing the components ... Read More »

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How to Replace the Coolant Sensor in a 2001 Pontiac Montana?

The coolant sensor on a 2001 Pontiac Montana is designed to measure the temperature of the engine coolant and relay this information to the powertrain control module (PCM). The PCM uses this temper... Read More »

Engine Specifications for 2003 Pontiac Montana 3400?

The 2003 Pontiac Montana 3400 has similar specification to those of the Chevrolet Venture and Oldsmobile Silhouette, both also manufactured by General Motors. The Montana came with a six-cylinder e... Read More »

How to Read Pontiac Montana Service Engine Soon Codes?

If your "Service Engine Soon" light has come on in your Pontiac Montana, it means that one of the sensors that monitors myriad functions of your engine, transmission, or exhaust system has recorded... Read More »

Why Won't the Engine Coolant Go Back Into the Radiator When the Engine Cools Down?

A car's radiator does its job of cooling the engine by forcing the coolant/water mixture through the cooling system and into the engine in a cycle, bringing the coolant temperature down before cycl... Read More »