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#70 of 391 Pontiac Pursuit
Jun 23, 2005 (5:17 am)
I know this question was asked back in early May, however; has anyone heard any late up-to-date rumors about the Pursuit being available for 2006 in the U.S. or will Pontiac only carry the Vibe as a compact type vehicle???? I have a chance to get a loaded 2005 Sunfire with sport pac, etc. but if I know for sure the Pursuit will be available, I would rather wait until 2006???
#71 of 391 1998 sunfire manual window handle
Jun 24, 2005 (3:45 am)
does any one know how to take off manual window handle without breaking it
tried to pup it off, but it does not come off must have some lock on it but I can?t find any thing
#72 of 391 Pursuit will not replace Sunfire in USA
Jun 26, 2005 (10:00 am)
GM is adding the Torrent SUV, G6 4 cyl., G6 Convertible, and Solstice Convertible to Pontiac in 2006. Pursuit is Canada only.
#76 of 391 Does anyone thnk that GM
Jun 27, 2005 (2:51 pm)
will up the $2000.00 incentive on the 2005 Sunfire and 2005 Chevrolet Cavalier in the next couple of months???? along with continuing the GMS pricing? I see they will extend the GMS pricing thru July (Detroit Auto News)
#78 of 391 Belt is coming off?!
Jun 30, 2005 (9:11 am)
I have a 2000 Pontiac Sunfire SE...first you'll have to excuse my lack of knowledge on GM cars...I've only owned Honda for the past 10 years! This is my wife's car. Anyway, two weeks ago, the serpentine belt come off (the belt that runs the AC, power steering, etc.) The mechanic replaced a pulley (cracked) and the tenioner, however the same problem occured just last night!? What is happening is there is fluid (power steering fluid, so the mech. says) all over the passenger side engine bay. The mechanic said this two weeks ago, that the power steering fluid tank was over it's limit, and is that way again...
My question is this...Has anyone had this problem? Is it simply that the fluid is overfull and is leaking, making the belt slip off the pulleys? Or is it some other fluid, coolant?
#79 of 391 Re: Hold on here--------------- [beliver]
Jun 30, 2005 (6:52 pm)
I bought my car with 19k and now I have about 50. Let me tell you, the reason WHY you have had problems and WHY your brother-in-law has had problems is because the Mustang is a Ford and who know where Lexus comes from- but my next car in going to be a DODGE! My boyfriend's whole family drives Dodge/Chrysler cars and his has almost 100K miles on it and has never even had to replace his clutch. There never should have been as many problems on my car as I had. A 1999 needing a new radio in 2002? Come on!! Also, in response to "could you really mean the head gasket?" I may be a girl but that doesn't mean I'm retarded. I did not have to replace my head gasket- it was LEAKING from the crankcase seal. I've had my check engine light serviced before and it came back on a day later. YOU TELL ME WHAT'S WRONG WITH IT THEN. Even my grandma's car which is a CAVALIER has every single light on in it, and it has been "fixed" by a mechanic. Some things are beyond repair. "Believe" what you want but don't try to tell me about my car. I know it's a piece of crap!