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I would go to google and see if someone has posted a video of the engine swap.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Nov 18, 2018

remove the caliper, by removing the two holding bolts, then use a old brake pad against the pistons and a c clamp and push piston all the way in, next is to clean and lube pad mounting surface and the caliper slide pin, then install new pads on bracket then caliper and tighten caliper bolts, heres a diagram to help you,98c6b31.jpg150490f.jpg

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Oct 23, 2018

Check/change air filter.
Check/change spark plugs & plug wires. The wires can be check with an OHM meter, and the specs for the resistance in the manual. So can the ignition coils.
Change fuel filter...easy.
Last, if you have scanner...check MAF(mass air flow sensor) for operating specs...5g/sec at idle to 300gal/sec+ @ 3,000 RPM.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Sep 29, 2018

Why did you install a new ignition switch ? Lock cylinder part or electrical ?
You have no idea of the complexity of the electronic's on this vehicle ,your best bet take it to a qualified repair shop.
The body control module (BCM) uses the discrete ignition switch inputs ignition 1, ignition 3 and crank to distinguish the correct power mode. Once the BCM has determined the power mode selected by the vehicle operator it will energize the Ignition relay, Run relay and retained accessory power (RAP) relay, depending on which power mode is selected.

Power to many of this vehicle's circuits are controlled by the module that is designated the power mode master (PMM). This vehicle PMM is the body control module (BCM). The PMM controls which power mode (Run, Accessory, Crank, Retained Accessory Power, or Off) is active.

On vehicles that have several control modules connected by serial data circuits, one module is the power mode master (PMM). On this vehicle, the PMM is the body control module (BCM). The PMM receives 3 discrete ignition switch signals to differentiate which power mode will be sent over the Serial Data circuits.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Jun 29, 2018

2000 pontiac g.p. alarm keeps going off and on how to fix only, thank you. DONNIE. at [email protected]

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Apr 22, 2018

Typically if any lights are flickering it’s because of a loose ground wire.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Mar 03, 2018


2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Feb 26, 2018

hear you go if you need any thing else let me know....good luck


2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Feb 26, 2018

Must be a ground not hooked up/dirty connection at ground or a sensor or sensors not plugged in.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Feb 20, 2018

If there is a bracket attached to the line undo it .If no bracket just pull straight out once clip is released. Just put clip on and snap together.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Jan 23, 2018

Had a 2003 volvo s60- did same thing usually when turning, was a module had it done at volvo was electrical and expensive!? Good luck Stevo

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Jan 14, 2018

Leaks get worse when engine is at operating temp and pressure builds. Rent a cooling system pressure tester and pressurize the system. Then you'll see the leak

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Jan 11, 2018

Do you know how to voltage drop automotive electrical circuit's using a DMM - digital multi-meter ? Checking main power feed to fuse box etc.... loose connection , bad positive feed cable etc .. Do you know what wiring diagrams are ? Electrical distribution diagrams ?
Electric Testing Techniques You Need to Know

Free wiring diagrams here http://www.bbbind.com/free_tsb.html
Enter vehicle info. year , make , model an engine size. Under system click on electrical distribution then under subsystem click on power distribution . Click the search button then the blue link's . test the circuit's . Plus knowing how the systems work would be good . When you turn the key to start it send a low voltage signal to the BCM - body control module . The BCM sends a message to the PCM/ECM - engine computer to energize the starter relay . A lot of complex electronic's an electrical systems involved .

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Jan 10, 2018

Make sure you bleed from rear furtherist from master cylinder and make sure when your helper is in drivers seat to pump brake pedal 4x then hold, at that holding point you open bleed screw then close once brake pedal is on the ground. Repeat 5x then move to the opp side and do the same. Then to the front furtherist from master cylinder and do the same. Making sure the brake fluid is always topped up also. Also check all your conecters in the lines are not leaking

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Dec 25, 2017

Having the vehicle checked for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's an doing diagnostic's for the code is the proper way to diagnose , not guessing . No you cant reset it or disengage it ,need factory or professional scanner .

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Dec 16, 2017

Check for power at the injector. Possibly plugged, replace.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Oct 27, 2017

The shifter button on the shifter is released when you start up your car and step on the brake pedal. If you are having an intermittent problem, you may be having a shifter release solenoid issue. the shift solenoid is part of the brake light switch system so the problem can also be in the brake switch. If you do not know how to check it out, I would bring it to a reputable repair shop and have them check it out for you.

2005 Pontiac... | Answered on Oct 16, 2017

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