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...Pontiac Montana SV6 heater blows cold when slowing to idle Our Montana Van warms up fine and blows hot air when travelling on the road. When the car slows to an idle the fan blows cold air. The ...

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Pontiac Montana SV6, there is very little heat coming from the heater, a/c working fine, fan blowing full capacity. Could it be the thermostat. probably the blend door not opening fully. Do you hear a

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...Pontiac Montana SV6 Front heater only blowing warm. Rear heater blowing cold. First off make sure the thermostat settings are set the same on the control panel for both front and rear units if thats ...

...pontiac montana and i am having trouble with it over heating, i have changed the water pump, thermostat, heat sending unit, drained and flushed the radiator and purged the air out of the system from ...

Question about 2005 Montana SV6

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find the coolant thermostat I believe on this engine the thermostat is on the transmission side of the engine. Follow the large hose coming off the top of the radiator to where it goes on to the ...

My thermostat went to zero and the screen said, "air off to protect engine" what does this mean??? First thing I'd do is replace the thermostat, they're usually in the rad cap, but check the owners ...

Change a thermostat on 2005 Pontiac montana? locate at the motor end off top radiator hose . unbolt housing from block take old out put new in and reassemble .

pontiac montana sv6 Follow the radiator hose back to the engine. Where the hose meets the engine is where the thermostat is. Should be two or three bolts holding the fixture on. Inside of that fixture

Pontiac Montana SV6? Drain radiator, remove thermostat reconnect housing, fill radiator halfway with water add radiator flush it's by Preston fill up with water start engine run for 20 minutes , drain

It over heats knew water and thermostat oil looks good and coolant still over heats and some time we have heat we're bleeding it lost on what to do next The thermostat may have been installed upside ...

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