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How to get windows off 1998 pontiac transport back side windows

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Remove the trim by the window and remove the bolts. and on the back of the window remoce C clip to remove from the electric open mod.

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Where is the other fuse box on a 1998 Pontiac Montana transport that is suppose to be behind my glovebox


Fuse Block
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Where is the crank position sensor and the ignition module ,coil pack at on a 1998 Pontiac Montana transport


Your spark plug wires go to coils, coils sit on top of ignition module.You have two crank sensors, if crank sensor issue, check the 7x crank sensor, on back side of engine block, down low, two wire connector, wire colors, yellow and purple.
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How to replace door handle exterior driver side for a 1998 pontiac transport


Remove the inside cover to gain access to the nuts inside the door.

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1998 Pontiac transport van wont start:


Well you hit all the major ones, could be crank position sensor, ignition module, a bad coil pack (it should have 3), you need to check that you have spark to each plug while the engine is turning over (!!!be careful as this will hurt if you get shocked!!!), this will rule out coil packs. if you have no spark to any plug your looking at a bad ingnition module (which is what the coil packs bolt to). Hope this gets you on the right track!

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No fire on 98 transport


recheck all eletrical connections on the engine also recheck for pinched wires and coputer ground wires.

Jan 13, 2010 | 1998 Pontiac Trans

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I have a 1998 pontiac transport and it has a short in the ctsy fuse.where else can I look besides the cig lighter.


if it has visors with mirrors and lights check wiring harness on pas side(remove three screws take down visor wires break at base)

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Back brake drum won't go back on


check to make sure that you did not put both primary brake shoes on one side. it is common for the rear brake shoe to be a little larger than the front and sometimes a little thicker.

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1998 pontiac grand am drivers side window


sounds like you over look the pastic retainer clips in window seal part #
38480 rockauto.com or gm dealers usualy keep this on hand

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