Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
I hooked a wire from the temp control sensor to the fuse box on fender to try and get the temp guage to work . Now the car quit and when you back up it quits. very hard to start and misses
These sensors are sensitive, no way should they be hot wired like that,when any sensor goes bad it needs replacing. you probably blew something else. My advise, would be, to take it to a garage and have it tested, starting with the computor. good luck.
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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