Question about 1999 Pontiac Montana
Its in the shop being looked at just had the intake gaskets replaced and its only overheating when at stops. This van has 166000 miles and has been a great van. I see all the negatives that everyone has expressed but i love mine. Fact am looking at the Chevy uplander better engine i hear. Anyway the mechanic says he's at a loss. He didn't even know where the coolant sensor was. By the way anyone looking for it, it is located on the side of the Radiator just below the Radiator cap not in the Coolant tank as the mechanic working on my van thought. I am sure its a sensor or fuse but i don't know if this mechanic is competent enough to figure it out. I should have taken it to the Dealer. Pay more but at least they know their ****
NO GO TO A PARTS STORE BUY A $9.95 REPAIR MANUEL AND YOU CAN DO THE REPAIR YOUR SELF AND SAVE 100S IT IS EASY YOU CAN DO IT.JUST UNPLUG AND UNSCREW.
Posted on Jan 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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