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The Pontiac G6 was a mid-size car under the Pontiac brand with the layout of transverse front-engine and front-wheel drive. It featured a 3.5 L supercharged V6 that would produce 285 horsepower and 272 lb ft of torque and had two trim levels of base and sportier version, that is, base "V6" and sportier "GT". Both of them used a 3.5 L pushrod V6 which would produce 200 horsepower (150 kW) and 220 lbf·ft (300 N·m) of torque. The GT featured TAPshift parts, enabling the driver to select the gears at willing manually. In terms of exterior dimensions, the wheelbase of Pontiac G6 was measured 112.3 in (2,852 mm). The Sedan was 189.0 in (4,801 mm) in length while the coupe/convertible is 189.1 in (4,803 mm). The sedan/convertible was 70.6 in (1,793 mm) in width. Revisions had been made in the parts of the front and rear fascia and the dashboard. It was noteworthy that an updated radio with Bluetooth capability was added to the car this time.

The Pontiac G6, despite its relatively brief six-year production history, has exhibited some recurring issues as reported by its owners. Notably, the braking system has shown defects, with drivers noting strange noises and a pulsating sensation when pressing the brake pedal. Additionally, the brakes often respond slowly and ineffectively, posing a significant safety risk. Checking and potentially replacing brake pads or the braking backing plate is advisable in such instances. The vehicle's exhaust system also exhibits problems. Owners have reported hearing hissing or tapping sounds while driving, intensifying during acceleration, coupled with a detectable raw gasoline odor. A decrease in power, acceleration, and fuel efficiency also occur, likely due to a malfunctioning or broken exhaust pipe. Beyond these mechanical issues, routine maintenance of other components like the windshield wiper and wiper blade is essential. Their performance, crucial in maintaining visibility by clearing obstacles such as snow, raindrops, or sand from the windshield, heavily depends on a properly functioning wiper arm. If raindrops are not swept completely and quickly from the windshield, checking the wiper arm for defects is recommended.

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Pontiac G6 Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How do you remove the steering gear Boot?
    A: To remove the rack and pinion boot, begin by loosening the lug nuts and raising the vehicle on jackstands. Remove the wheel and then proceed to remove the tie-rod end and jam nut.
  • Q: How do you remove the steering column?
    A: To remove the steering column, start by parking the vehicle with the wheels pointing straight ahead and disconnecting the battery. Disable the airbag system and remove the steering column covers, steering wheel, airbag clockspring, steering column switches and housing, and knee bolster. Mark the relationship of the steering column shaft to the intermediate shaft coupler and remove the pinch bolt. Disconnect any remaining electrical connectors and wiring harnesses that may interfere with removal. Put the steering wheel in the uppermost position and lock it there. If the vehicle has adjustable pedals, remove the accelerator pedal assembly bracket nuts. Carefully guide the column out from the instrument panel. To install the steering column, guide it into position and connect the steering shaft with the intermediate shaft coupler, aligning the marks. Install the mounting fasteners, starting with the lower one and then the upper two, tightening them to the proper torque specifications. Install a new pinch bolt and tighten it. Finally, reverse the remaining steps of the removal procedure and reinstall the accelerator pedal assembly if applicable.
  • Q: How do you remove the tie-rod end?
    A: To remove the tie-rod end, start by loosening the wheel lug nuts and raising the front of the vehicle on jackstands. Support the vehicle securely and apply the parking brake. Remove the wheel and then loosen the tie-rod end jam nut. Mark the relationship of the tie-rod end to the threaded portion of the tie-rod for proper reassembly. Use a puller to loosen the ball stud from the steering knuckle arm and remove the ball stud nut. Separate the tie-rod end from the steering knuckle arm and unscrew the tie-rod end from the tie-rod. To install the tie-rod end, thread it onto the tie-rod to the marked position and insert the tie-rod end ball stud into the steering knuckle arm. Install the new nut onto the ball stud and tighten it to the specified torque. Securely tighten the jam nut and then install the wheel. Lower the vehicle and tighten the lug nuts to the specified torque. Finally, have the front end alignment checked and adjusted if necessary.