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About Pontiac G5

Pontiac G5 is a compact vehicle manufactured by General Motors' brand Pontiac from 2007 to 2010. The first Pontiac G5 was introduced as another version of Chevrolet Cobalt in North America and Mexico. It was designed to replace the Cavalier-related Pontiac Sunfire in these areas. Pontiac G5 was available as a coupé in the United States and a sedan in Canada and Mexico.
As a 2-door coupé and a 4-door sedan, Pontiac G5 was powered by a 2.2 L 148 hp Ecotec L61 inline 4-cylinder engine with 155 lb of torque and a 2.4 L 173 hp Ecotec LE5 inline 4-cylinder engine with 163 lb of torque from 2007 to 2008. Then from 2009 to 2010, it got power from a 2.2 L 155 hp Ecotec LAP inline 4-cylinder engine with 150 lb of torque. Actually, in 2007, Pontiac G5 also got a 2.0 L 205 hp Ecotec LSJ S/C inline 4-cylinder engine with 200 lb of torque. And from 2008 to 2010, some Pontiac G5 models were also equipped with a 2.0 L 260 hp Ecotec LNF Turbo inline 4-cylinder engine with 260 lb of torque. All these engines were fitted along with a 5-speed F35 (MU3) manual transmission, a 5-speed Getrag F23 manual transmission and a 4-speed 4T45 automatic transmission.

Pontiac G5 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Pontiac G5 though is a very young model, because of different driving habits and driving conditions, some common problems happened to other older vehicles would also come for it. Here are two most common ones:
First, rough operated engine. As engine issue is often the omen of the vehicle is failing, so any engine problem should not be overlooked. Pontiac G5 drivers complained that the fuel efficiency became lower and lower, rough engine idle, engine misfiring or engine hesitation during acceleration happened from time to time. Sometimes, it even became difficult to start the G5. Once Check Engine Light in your Pontiac G5 comes on, spark plug and spark plug wires should get inspected.
Second, steering and suspension system failed. In general, steering failure on Pontiac G5 is caused by a broken control arm bushing or a stiff loose steering wheel. As suspension failure would display signs including clunking noises and excessive vibration from the front as well as steering unintentional, we can basically attribute the culprit to the faulty steering knuckle.
Because braking system is important and parking brake cable in Pontiac G5 is easy to go break, you need pay extra attention to it. What's more, wheel cover is designed to stop accumulation of dirt and moisture on wheels; seat belt is responsible for protecting occupants against compact from sudden movement; and washer reservoir is the key to keep windshield wiper or wiper blade operates well; emblem is the signal of your Pontiac G5. All these auto parts need to be on your maintenance list.
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