Question about Pontiac G5
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
THE 2007 G5 MODELS WITH CALIFORNIA PZEV EMISSION SYSTEMS IS PART OF THE FUEL PUMP MODULE IN FUEL TANK.ON THE REGULAR G5 MODELS. FUEL FILTER IS NEAR THE GAS TANK.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
its tricky. its behind the engine. If you pop the hood and you go to the left side, look behind the block and it chould be about half way down or so. You should see the cap for it. I think that was a horrible idea on pontiacs part. Happy motoring!
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
Do a quick sketch of the pulleys and the path of the v-belt around them. The tensioner pulley is the smooth faced one that the smooth back of the v-belt runs around. In the middle of the pulley is what looks like a nut. It is in fact a fixed spindle. If you fit on a correct socket you can push the tensioner pulley against its spring by pulling down firmly in an clockwise direction. This removes tension from the v-belt which should then be slipped off with little effort . Fit the new v-belt over the driven pulleys in the same orientation as the old one (your sketch should be your reference) remove tension on the tensioner pulley as before to get the belt over the last pulley which should be the small diameter alternator pulley,
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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