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1999 Pontiac Montana Recalls

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Most Recent 1999 Pontiac Montana Recall

On May 31, 2005, Pontiac recalled 717,302 Pontiac Montana. On certain minivans equipped with second-row bucket seats or captain's chairs and a power sliding door on the passenger side of the vehicle, a passenger using the interior handle to open the power sliding door could be injured.
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1999 Pontiac Montana Recall Details

Summary on May 31, 2005
On certain minivans equipped with second-row bucket seats or captain's chairs and a power sliding door on the passenger side of the vehicle, a passenger using the interior handle to open the power sliding door could be injured.
Summary on February 1, 2002
On certain passenger vehicles and mini vans, the driver's air bag inflator modules could produce excessive internal pressure. in the event of a crash that would trigger a driver's air bag deployment, the increased internal pressure can cause the inflator module to explode.
Summary on October 22, 2001
Vehicle description: 1997-2001 chevrolet venture, pontiac montana/transport, and oldsmobile silhouette mini vans equipped with passenger side power sliding doors that were serviced in campaign 01013 (01v-067) from april to august 2001. also 2001 chevrolet venture, pontiac montana, and oldsmobile silhouette mini vans equipped with passenger side power sliding doors assembled in january through april 2001. these vehicles have inadequate front welds. if a front weld fails, the actuator can jam in the unlatched position and, when the sliding door closes, it will not be latched.
Summary on April 18, 2001
Vehicle description: minivans equipped with passenger side power sliding doors. the door closes but may not be latched. if this happens, the power sliding door can open while the vehicle is in motion, particularly when the vehicle ascends a hill, makes a turn, or travels over a rough road surface.
Summary on May 5, 1999
Vehicle description: passenger mini vans. the left and/or right front lower insulator to cradle center metal sleeve is collapsed, which can result in loss of clamp load in the joint. if the clamp load is reduced or lost, the bolt can be lost or broken and the joint can separate.
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