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Installing electric brake control on 2006 Pontiac Montana

Where do I install the red wire from the electric brake controller on a 2006 Pontiac Montana ?

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SOURCE: 2006 Pontiac Montana rear brake lights and signal

check the ground in the fuse link also take out the rear tail light lens and make sure you don't have a broken or damage wire on the socket itself

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 2001 Pontiac Montana. The driver side brake light melts

Make sure your useing the correct bulb and its pluged in the right way, if your sure of that, than check your ground a poor ground could do that, when there is a bad ground, it will travel thru the positive to find a ground maybe overloading it. There is a chanse it could be a bad break light switch. You can chk. that by applying the breaks for a little wile and let off and feel the switch and see if its excessively warm or hot.

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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SOURCE: abs and traction control light faults after a brake job. 2005 Pontiac grand prix

a quick test is to disconnect the sensor connector hook up and ohm meter to the sensor connector on the hub side not the engine side and spin the hub if the resistance rises and falls you're most likely ok if the resistance reads 0 or infinite you have found the bad sensor..this won't always be the case but it's a good start in the right direction

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SOURCE: Changing the front brake pads on a 2006 Pontiac Montana SV6

Use a z clamp,Or us big azz pliers,Or use a hammer handle and put one of the old pad in and put the hammer handle in the and twist it will work.I hope this helps

Posted on Dec 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 Pontiac Montana, No Heat, I put the temp control on

the cabel from the heat dial to the heater box behind the dash could be snaped or jamed thus not opperating the lever which operates the flap which open and closes the heat box next to the matrix. or if your coolant is brown in colour it could be your matrix is clogged with sedament and needs flushing out. or it could be your water pump not pumping coolant round your engine or it could be a knackerd thermostat i hope these will help you id start with the easyest first thermostat

Posted on Dec 17, 2009

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