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 How to Replace a Pontiac 3.8L Oil Pan?

Answer A Pontiac 3.8L is a Pontiac with a 3.8-liter V6 engine. The 3.8-liter engine is either "naturally aspirated"--which means combustion is achieved conventionally, with a small amount of air sucked by... Read More »
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How to Replace Pontiac 3.8 Oil Pan?

The Pontiac 3.8-liter transmission was produced from 1998 to 2001 and is used in a variety of Pontiac's mid-size vehicles. Replacing the oil pan on these transmissions is necessary whenever it is ... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod End in a Pontiac Bonneville?

Even the comfortable Pontiac Bonneville may need to have its tie rod ends replaced when there's too much play in the tie rod ends. Too much play in the tie rod ends means that the steering will be ... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Pontiac Bonneville?

Because the tie rod extends from the steering knuckle to the steering gear, if the tie rod gets damaged, it manifests itself in your steering. The good news is that it's possible for the amateur me... Read More »
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How to Replace a Tie Rod in a Pontiac Grand Am?

You usually don't think of replacing the tie rods on your Grand Am until it doesn't respond to alignments and tracks crookedly. Because of its integral role with the steering and the wheels, if the... Read More »
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