Question about 2001 Pontiac Montana
I have a 2001 Montana and the rear air pump for the suspension continuosly runs when my whole family is in the van. I looked underneath and found what appeared to be a loose hose about 9 inches long just dangling. The end of the hose looked like it was attached to some fitting somewhere, but I could not locate anywhere that it might have hooked up to. it comes off a tee fitting right next to the pump at the rear drivers side underneath the van. One of the other hoses near the tee is also split so I want to replace that also, but as for the shot length, I do not know where it goes. Where can I find a diagram that shows me where the hoses hook up to?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The hoses go to the side of the rear struts and one goes to the tire inflator ..not sure of the routing but I know thats where they end..One on each strut and inflator
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
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