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How to remove the oil pan on a 2006 g6 gt pontiac with 3.5V6

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This is a complex process and too much for me to type The detail is in the Haynes manual (haynes.com)

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Have a 2006 pontiac g6 leaking oil above starter where is it coming from?


I always buy a service manual from advance or some parts supplier for every vehicle I own, that way the manual tells me how the parts are mounted to the motor and their location to the rest of the motor.
I am not sure where the starter is located on a Pontiac G6 but look above it if you have to use a flashlight, if your oil filter is near it, make sure it is tight and not loose.
Sometimes valve pan gaskets leak and run down the side of motor making us believe oil is coming from another place, just start looking and you will find it.

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2007 pontiac g6 transmission filter replacement


Remove the transmission pan - some don't have drain plugs, have a big pan underneath to catch the fluid. Pull filter and install filter on. Clean any debris from pan. Install gasket onto pan and install pan back onto transmission. Torque bolts to factory specs. Fill with approved ATF.

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How do I check automatic transmission fluid level on a 2006 po ntiac g6 4 cyl


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2006 pontiac g6 gt low brake fluid light stays on it's full of fluid


did you check to make sure the E-brake is fully retracted?

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I have a 2006 Pontiac G6 where do i refill the power Steering fuild


hi some G6's and i think it's only GT's with a 3.9 liter eng.and the GXP wvith the 3.9 have hydrualic power steering the rest have ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
on your engine cover if it has POWER STEERING PUMP it will have 2 fill caps you can see engine oil and power steering if you only have 1 fill cap then you have ELECTRIC POWER STEERING
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I cannot get the Change Oil Soon message to reset on a Pontiac G6


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Turn ignition to run engine off. Display OIL LIFE RESET in the Driver Information Center (DIC). Press and hold the ENTER button for at least one second. An ACKNOWLEDGED’ display message will appear for three second or until the next button is pressed. This will tell you the system has been reset. Turn the key to OFF. If the “CHANGE ENGINE OIL” message comes back on when you start your vehicle, the engine oil life system has not reset. Repeat the procedure.

Jul 17, 2009 | 2007 Pontiac G6 GT Convertible

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Location of oil filter on a 2007 pontiac g6


Oil filter location for a 2007 Pontiac G6. First open and lift the front hood of car. Its some what right from center on the engine about 9 inches from the radiator. All you will see is a black cap with black plastic nut in the center. You will have to buy a special tool to attach to your socket wrench to remove the cap. Turn it counter clockwise to remove it. Inside is a filter attached to a plastic part and rubber o - ring. The filter is NOT enclosed in a metal casing. Remember how it is positioned as you take it out. Pull off the old filter. Remove the old o - ring. Place new o - ring in place. Place new filter on plastic part and place it back inside the engine. Make sure it is placed in the same way it came out. Screw on plastic cap by hand most of the way. The tighten with special tool and socket wrench clockwise, but not too tight. This is now complete. Now you can drain out the old oil from the oil pan underneath the car. Remove hex screw with long wrench for more leverage. One to 2 hours later place hex screw back in by hand and tighten with wrench. Now add about 4 1/2 quarts of 5W30 oil only. Check oil level on dip stick. Add more oil if necessary. Job complete!!!

Mar 22, 2009 | 2007 Pontiac G6 GT Convertible

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Oil leak from crank shaft seal by harmonic balancer.


might be a front main seal... pretty easy or most likely it's a leak at front of oil pan

Mar 09, 2009 | 2006 Pontiac G6

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