1996 Pontiac Trans Sport QuestionsRefine by vehicle
I put in a circuit breaker fuse in for the power windows an the windows will not go down
Usually will start back up within a short time. But sets to long have to spray starting fluid back in tube to start it again. Acts like not getting gas at time. When get it running it runs best if can get it on the road and when it get to around 35-40 mph it kicks in and runs good
The door is shut and can not open it from either inside or outside. I am sure the door will need to be opened to repair it, but don't know how. The handles on both sides just move freely so a cable or something is broken.
I can turn the van on but when I tried to put it in gear the handle was very loose and it will not catch. I was told that the bolt was missing from under the hood that holds it. Help
almost acts like its binding up......HELP
Sometimes works sometimes doesn't. The wipers always work on high but only sometimes on low or mist. Washer pump sometimes goes along with the blades and often doesn't. Garage says needs new switch assembly but no longer stocked. Any wrecker source?
1996 trans sport van
The repair is costly for this vehicle. Is it possible to keep an eye on the coolant overflow tank and just keep adding coolant if the leak is slow? This vehicle is a good runner, but it is old. I intend on buying another vehicle within the year.
Can anyone tell me what the cost (including labor) is for one axle seal replacement on a Pontiac Transport?
I was told that the cost was in the higher end because it is a difficult and time-consuming job to replace the radiator of these cars.
this valve operates by vacuum when the air conditioning is on to shut the flow of water in order to maximize the air conditioning
The fan on the front of the raditor does not come on. Ive tested to see if power was comming to it and there was none. ive checked the wires and they are fine. Could it be a relay? and where would it be located?
What is the proceedure to replace the wiper pulse module on a 1996 pontiac transport>