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Problem wiht alarm system, 2005 pontiac g6

I have the same problem, it's been going on intermittently for one year, especially when it rains. They replaced the driver side door latch, and then the hood latch. I have to bring it in again today and now they told me there is a wiring harness within the door panel that is corroded because water is getting through.

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SOURCE: how to remove interrior door panel pontiac G6 and replace broken

Remove any bolts/screws you can see then get a plastic crowbar and pry it off. Should have little plastic push pins holding it to door. Make sure you remove all screws though.

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SOURCE: my hood on 03 pontiac montana will not latch.

you could try raising the latch up are you sure release handle inside car is pushed all the way back in?

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No it does NOT need to programed.
BUT the code will need to be cleared from the moduals for the remote start to work.

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Try using a hair dryer to unfreeze the latch.

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