Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
Take your van to a GM repair shop and have them review Bulletin 01-08-45-005E. This exact problem is solved by repairing a connector.
Posted on May 06, 2009
Try checking the fuses first, then goto all four wheels and check to see if the speed sensors are securely attached wich are usually attached to the inner wheel hubs by a electrical connector. It could be a bad wheel hub. Before that make sure all your brakes and calipers are in good working condition. Good luck.
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