Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
Hate to break the bad new to you, but when you coolant is mixing with you oil it is almost a sure thing that you have a blown head gasket. Im guessing this pontiac has higher miles, usually that is when you see something like this happened. In most cases high gaskets start leaking from abuse or lack of maintenance, not that you did either, but maybe the owned before you was very rough with it.
The fix, this is a huge job something that, if you have never replaced a head gasket before can take weeks. If you take to a dealership it is going to cost big bucks and some independent shops wont even touch a job like that.
Let me know if you have anymore questions, thanks.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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