Question about 2001 Pontiac Montana
Sounds like a low pressure problem that commonly is due to low ATF
fluid condition so check your fluid level and color first. If the fluid
is at the right level with the engine warm running and in the park
position, there are some other low pressure problems with this
On this vehicle are common failures of the Transmission Pressure Control Solenoid (PCS) and the connections at the Transmission Pass-Thru Connector.
Keep in mind that this problems with the Transmission PCS are identified in TSB # 00-07-30-002B. Problems with the connections of the Transmission Pass-Thru Connector are identified in TSB #02-07-30-022B.
Remember, the cost to replace the Transmission PCS is estimated at $350 The cost to repair the Transmission Pass-Thru Connector is estimated at $150.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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