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Where is the tail light fuse for a 2003 pontiac montana? Bulbs are fine, both just suddenly stopped working.

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SOURCE: low beam headlights not working on 2004 Pontiac Montana extended

You headlight lamp have a diffuser mechanism which allows it to flip between the hight beam and low beam feature of the bulb. In fact, you high beam will function even if the low beam is not working.

I would recommend the purchase of the new headlight lamp. It would cost you you any where from $15.00 per unit to get a replacement lamp

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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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: 2003 Pontiac Montana Front Wheel Bearings

Remove the wheel, remove the hub nut, remove the brake caliper and rotor, put your socket and extension through the hub flange onto the bearing retainer bolts, undo them, release the abs sensor connector if it has it, remove the bearing and hub flange as an assembly, put the new one on and go backwards from here. Torque the hub nut to 180 ft/lbs, your done.

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SOURCE: 2003 pontiac montana leaks condensate water in the drivers floor

Bet the drain is clogged with leaves. Look under the blower motor under the hood. Can almost be that the cowling has been filled with leaves at one time or another. Got to clean that stuff out every now and then.

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2003 Pontiac Vibe no tail lights, brake lights and turn signals work just fine. The dimmer switch does not dim the dash lights but does work the dome just fineand the lights for the Heat/AC are off.


The tail lights work off the headlight switch, and there is a fuse for the tail lights. Make sure the fuse is good, first, a 15 amp (blue) fuse in the instrument panel fuse block. Then, you might have a bad headlight switch.
So you DO have dash lights, they just don't dim from the dimmer switch? In the wiring diagram, there is a green wire from a "tail light relay" (in the "Junction Block-Right Instrument Panel") that carries power to all the exterior lamps, as well as having a splice to the Instrument Panel Cluster (illum. bulbs), and to the lamp dimmer, and to the radio bulb.
To do any further testing, you would need a voltmeter or a test light, so you could chase down this power loss. Good luck.

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I have a 2003 Pontiac Montana the LH brake light only illuminates when you apply the brake. Unlike the RH brake light which stay illuminated while driving. The RH and center brake light works fine. What...


What you are saying is the parking light on the left side does not work.
The parking and stop lights are on different circuits.
If you have replaced the bulbs the next step would be to check for voltage and ground in the socket.

Aug 30, 2012 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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No tail lights early morning or evening


The circuit board witch holds the tail light bulbs could be at fault,check the voltage to the tail lights when this happens,if there is none,replace the headlight switch.If there is voltage to the tail lights,replace the tail light assembelys

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2002 Montana, both brake lights stopped working but the light bar on the hatch is still good. Any suggestions


The working light bar reveals that the brake switch is working, and the fuse is good. Check the bulbs, they are probably burned out. If not the bulbs, then the wire that goes from one side to the other may have failed.

Jun 30, 2009 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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Turn signals & hazard lights not working on 2000 Pontiac Montana


It's most likely a relay under the hood, have u checked them?

Dec 20, 2008 | 2000 Pontiac Montana

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Brake Light Issues


check the tail light circut boards. mine melted and had to replace them

Oct 07, 2008 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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Pontiac montana turn signal flashing too fast


At:
http://townhall-talk.edmunds.com/direct/view/.f101976
found this discussion which might be helpful:
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No surprise at all! Common problem which has been discussed several times on this site.
Basically.....tail light(s) plugs (Pig Tails) were sub-standard and cannot stand the heat of the bulbs. Pull out hear tail light fixtures, remove bulbs from recepticals and check for melting plastic, usually between the black wire (hot wire) and one or more colored wires. If so, cut out old Pig Tail, get a replacement Pig Tail, soder it in (I think about 6 wires), and use electrical shrink wrap around sodered joint, install new bulbs using Di-electric grease in the socket. Test before reinstalling light fixture.
Jack
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The poster also mentioned something I forgot; use some kind of grease in the sockets any time you have reason to access them.

The dielectric grease he mentioned is best but if you can't find (it is and electronic item, rather than electrical), even petroleum jelly will afford some protection.
I use it on battery clamps and it helps ****** the typical corrosion.
Since most cars use the chassis for ground, even the fasteners that hold in lighting assemblies can lose contact so I always loosen, then retighten them, to ensure decent ground contact.
Check too for corrosion in the light sockets themselves.

Dunno why it is so tough to seal a compartment but our US manufacturers can't seem to get it right.

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Jun 15, 2008 | 2003 Pontiac Montana

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