Question about 2001 Pontiac Montana
When the van heats up it it breaks down and it does the sameat about 130k/m when driving. i put new plugs and wires gas filter and coilles on it .
I have the same problem. I unpluged the fan and ran the van with the rad cap off . Kept squessing the rad hose until the thermostate opened more. I still have not changed it. Its about a 4 hour job. Montana's have are in such a great spot, as you know. My temperature guage is running at about 1/4 when it should be up at 3/4.
Posted on Nov 20, 2008
If you mean that the brakes are locking, then check brakes calibration and brakes fluid level.
If the engine is failing or stopping try to understand if it is a distribution or a fuel problem.
If it always happens at same gauge and speed it is probably something related to the electronic injection module. Best thing to do is going to a garage and having ECM (electronic control module) scanned, this will return error codes that can tell you what the problem is.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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