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Is there a service bulletin for a Pontiac G5 for electrical issues?

Tail lights, parking lights, and gauge cluster lights do not work

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Their are 7 recalls on the 07 none are for an electrical problem with lighting system
http://www.pontiacproblems.com/recalls/G5/2007 and the following tsb from march 2010 is for flickering lights

  • TSB #PIC-5073B NHTSA ID #10034409
    • Date Announced: MARCH 01 2010
    • Additional Info: How to Fix
    Summary: CHEVROLET/PONTIAC: VARIOUS ELECTRICAL CONCERNS. SIR LIGHT, IP LIGHTS FLICKER/INOPERATIVE, PARKING LAMPS FLICKER/INOPERATIVE, TAIL LAMP DIM/INOPERATIVE, TRUNK OPEN LIGHT, RADIO INOPERATIVE DOOR LOCK INOPERATIVE, NO START, NO CRANK. POSSIB
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:WIRING

  • TSB #PI-0817 NHTSA ID #10047261
    • Date Announced: SEPTEMBER 01 2012
    • Additional Info: How to Fix
    Summary: CHEVROLET/PONTIAC/SATURN: ENGINE FAILS TO START AFTER ENGINE CRANKS DUE TO FUEL PUMP WIRE HARNESS CONNECTOR NEEDS REPLACING, WITHOUT REPLACING FUEL PUMP COVER ASSEMBLY (FUEL PUMP FLANGE). MODEL 2007-2010 COBALT, G5, ION. *PE
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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:FUSES AND CIRCUIT BREAKERS

  • TSB #PIC-4578 NHTSA ID #10022806
    • Date Announced: JUNE 01 2011
    • Additional Info: How to Fix
    Summary: EPS/STR WHEEL CONTROL FUSE (#19) OPEN. *KB UPDATED 10/04/07. *NJ UPDATED 8/7/09. *PE UPDATED 8/1/11. *PE

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  • TSB #PIC3385 NHTSA ID #10020916
    • Date Announced: FEBRUARY 01 2008
    • Additional Info: How to Fix
    Summary: REPEATED PARK LPS FUSE OPEN. *KB (ADDITIONAL INFORMATION) UPDATED 4/1/08. *NJ
2007 Pontiac G5 Recalls CarComplaints com

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