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2001 pontiac montana van speedometer problem even with new sensor installed

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I take it that it doesn't work at all. I'd replace the insterment cluster and see if that cures it. You can pick one up at a pull-a-part for around ten bucks.

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How do I adjust the idle on a 2000 Pontiac Montana van?


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The speedometer on my 2002 Montana stopped working and it started to shift irregularly. It doesn't shift at the right time and lurches the van when it does shift.


the trans is not getting a speed signal, fix the speedometer, that will also fix the trans. check the speed sensor first. the service eng soon light should be on.

Oct 19, 2009 | 2002 Pontiac Montana

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PO171 & PO440 2 times


Check out www.carsurvey.org for more information on your problems. There are others who have had similar experiences

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