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About Pontiac GTO

Pontiac GTO is a muscle car manufactured by General Motors from 1964 to 2006. The first Pontiac GTO was an option package for the Pontiac Tempest introduced in 1964. Until 1966, Pontiac GTO became a separate Pontiac model. As a popular and successful powerful muscle car, it had been selected as the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1968. In Pontiac GTO's nearly half a century life, it had been through four generations in all.
The third generation Pontiac GTO (1974-2003) offered the base Ventura and Ventura Custom lines as either a 2-door sedan or 3-door hatchback coupe. It was powered by 5.7 L Pontiac V8 engine mated to 3-speed manual, 4-speed manual or 3-speed automatic transmission. In 1999, a Pontiac GTO concept car without engine was unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show. The fourth generation Pontiac GTO (2004-2006) was literally a rebadged third generation Holden Monaro. It was powered by 5.7 L 350 hp LS1 V8 engine in 2004 and upgraded to 6.0 L 400 hp LS2 V8 engine in 2005 and 2006. Available transmissions were 4-speed automatic and 6-speed manual transmission.

Pontiac GTO Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As time passes by, some auto parts start to wear or tear on Pontiac GTO and it starts to have troubles. Because of different driving condition will cause different problems, here we only list the most common ones according to Pontiac GTO owners:
First, engine problem. Though it actually is a problem happened to every car, different symptoms still exist. In Pontiac GTO, drivers told that they can hear metallic knocking or rumbling noise from the engine, especially during cold starts and the sound would be louder when accelerate. What's more, the oil light on the car dashboard would go on as well. Engine overheated or leaking coolant is also not rare. You can check your rod bearing and head gasket if you also suffer from these symptoms.
Second, cooling system problem. In order to let your Pontiac GTO enjoys a long healthy life, overheating is taboo. While Pontiac GTO owners said that they had to add coolant constantly because coolant always leaked and Low Coolant Light would be illuminated. If coolant is not adequate, overheated engine and short life is the fate of Pontiac GTO. So once your Pontiac GTO is experience the same, please check your cooling hose or radiator hose. They are very likely to be damaged or collapsed.
Headlight is a tool for drivers to light up front road conditions as well as a warning to other drivers and pedestrians. If it becomes dimmer or could not be turned on, please replace a new in time. The same goes to windshield wiper or wiper blade.
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