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Pontiac came under the wing of General Motors in 1926, and has been manufacturing fine automobiles for over 100 years. Pontiac has long been known for its innovative vehicles, such as models such as the Chieftain, Star Chief, and the legendary Firebird. Pontiac cars, and Pontiac Parts are now harder to find, but Pontiac enjoys an enduring legacy through its innovative designs and dedicated fanbase.

The Pontiac G8 is a full-size sedan revered for its dynamic rear-wheel-drive and might V8 options. The Pontiac Solstice caught many people's eye with its sleek convertible styling, and was a favorite of those looking for a smaller sports car. The power Pontiac GTO is a well known American muscle car, with the classic version, and a newer modernized version, deploying a strong V8 engine and superior agility on roads. The Pontiac Vibe was a collaboration with Toyota, and stood out as a compact crossover SUV, which combined versatility and practicality. Models such as these typified Pontiac's enduring commitment to performance and innovation.

Pontiac as part of the General Motors family of brands was well known for high performance engines and innovative transmission designs, such as the Pontiac V8, which was an integral part of their lineup, deployed in many of Pontiac's most iconic offerings such as the GTO, Firebird, and Bonneville. This legendary V8 engine was renowned for its high-performance, particularly in the 1960's and 1970's muscle car era. Pontiac Parts were also a dominant force in transmission technology. The Pontiac Super Hydra-matic, was one of the first automatic transmissions to have four forward gears. Pontiac used many different transmissions over the years, such as three-speed manuals, to advanced automatic transmissions, all which complimented Pontiac's powerful engines. Pontiac vehicles enjoy a synergy between engine and transmission, that has helped to cement the brands reputation for delivering cars with great performance, and dynamic driving capabilities.

In terms of quality and longevity, OEM Pontiac parts are top-tier. This is because they are made according to Pontiac's demanding factory specifications and go through strict quality control. If you're on the hunt for OEM Pontiac parts, like Front End Sheet Metal, Heater, Body Moldings, Sheet Metal, Rear Compartment Hardware, Roof Hardware, Transmission - Manual, we strongly encourage you to explore GMPartsGiant for our wide selection of Pontiac, all available at the most competitive prices. We guarantee that all our genuine Pontiac parts, such as Front Axle, Front Suspension, Steering, Rear Glass, Seat Parts, Adjuster are accompanied by a manufacturer's warranty and an effortless return policy. We surpass numerous competitors when it comes to price, quality, and reliability. Shop GMPartsGiant for all your Pontiac parts, including Rear Seat Trim, Carpet, Transfer Case today!

Pontiac Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: What Is the Function and Troubleshooting Process of the Coolant Temperature Indicator System and Coolant Temperature Sending Unit on Chevrolet Cobalt,HHR,Saturn ION and Pontiac G5?
    A: The coolant temperature system includes a dashboard warning light or gauge, and an engine coolant temperature (ECT) sensor. It also works as the coolant temperature-sending unit for the Powertrain Control Module (PCM). If overheating is indicated, check the coolant level and wiring harness connectors. When the ignition is turned to START, the light should come on, showing the bulb works. If it doesn't, the bulb may be burned out, the ignition switch faulty, or the circuit open. When turning on the engine, the light should go off; if not, the engine is overheating. If it stays on, there could be a grounded wire, a defective sending unit, or a faulty ignition switch. Also, check the coolant mix, as high water content may not activate the sending unit.
  • Q: What is the location of the EGR valve on Pontiac Firebird?
    A: The EGR valve in GM vehicles is found on the intake manifold, near the carburetor or TBI unit. Often, issues in this emissions system are due to a stuck or corroded EGR valve. To check, with a cold engine to avoid burns, manually push the diaphragm under the EGR valve. If it doesn't move easily, replace the valve. If unsure, compare the movement of your valve with a new one.
  • Q: How do you disconnect the blower motor for Pontiac Grand Prix?
    A: To disconnect the blower motor, start by disconnecting the cable from the negative battery terminal. Make sure to turn off the lockout feature on models with the Theftlock audio system. Then, remove the panel below the glove compartment in the passenger compartment. Pull down the carpet if needed to access the blower motor. Disconnect the wires from the blower motor by detaching the electrical connector and removing the mounting screws. Next, remove the convenience center rear screws and loosen the front screw to slide out the convenience center (only for 1996 and earlier models). Remove the blower motor mounting bolts and separate the motor/fan assembly from the housing. If there is a retaining nut, remove it and slide the blower fan off the motor shaft. If the fan is pressed onto the shaft, it can be removed by cutting through the plastic shaft sleeve or by pressing it off. Finally, to reinstall, follow the reverse of the removal procedure.