Question about Pontiac Montana
Scan the PCM (power train control module) Most auto supply stores will do it free (Auto Zone ect.) write down the codes and check a repair manual, or search the codes on line. More than likely the PCM module went bad or the connector is loose. Call your local junk yard get a price for that model. They are not cheap should solve your problem. Hope this helps?
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