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About Pontiac Montana

Pontiac Montana is a minivan manufactured by General Motors and sold under its brand Pontiac from 1997 to 2000. The first Pontiac Montana was introduced in 1997 as a 3-door minivan and a 4-door minivan. Since its introduction, Pontiac Montana minivan became General Motors' most popular minivans among consumers in Canada. Until 2009 model year when it stopped production, Pontiac Montana had been produced through two generations.
The first generation Pontiac Montana (1997-2005) was introduced in 1997 as a trim level of the Pontiac Trans Sport van from 1997 to 1998. For 1999 model year, Pontiac Montana became an independent model. It had short-wheelbase, long-wheelbase, up-level Montana Thunder, Chrome Sport Montana GTs. However, Pontiac Montana was powered only by a 3.4 L LA1 V6 engine mated to a 4-speed automatic transmission. Then an updated Pontiac Montana introduced for the 2005 model year started the second generation (2005-2009). As its SUV feature, Pontiac Montana was also called as Pontiac Montana SV6. It then had three engine options including 3.5 L LX9 V6, 3.9 L LZ9 V6 and 3.9 L LGD V6 (Canada only), engines were mated only one 4-speed automatic transmission.

Pontiac Montana Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

As a minivan popular among caterers, venders and families, Pontiac Montana does have to endure a lot. And as accumulation of mileage, problems start to come for it. Here are the most reported problems happened to it:
First, intake manifold gasket failure. This is the most complained problem in Pontiac Montana according to the data issued by Pontiac Montana owners just pointed out the bad intake manifold caused engine misfiring, overheating and decrease in power, acceleration and fuel economy. If you find leaking coolant on the ground or your Montana is suffering from drivability problem, then you also should inspect the intake manifold gasket.
Second, suspension system goes wrong. According to Pontiac Montana drivers, suspension problem in vehicle shows as the indicator does not match the gear or could not turn the car off, cruise control could not work along with slow acceleration. Based on their description, broken shift cable or throttle cable could be the culprits. Once similar symptoms appear on your Montana as well, you can try checking these two auto parts as well.
As Pontiac Montana is an assembled item by tons of auto parts, it is hard to keep every auto part in order. However, some auto parts used daily but wear out more easily need get your extra attention. Door lock is designed to protect your property safety used daily, door handle is responsible for entering or exiting vehicle more conveniently and emblem is your Pontiac Montana's signal. Those all should be on your maintenance list.
And the best way to increase your Pontiac Montana's life expectancy is to get brand new OEM Pontiac Montana auto parts replacements frequently. Do not worry about high prices, because we offer all genuine Pontiac Montana auto parts at the lowest prices in the market. What's more, all OEM Montana parts would come with the manufacturer's warranty at the fastest delivery speed.