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#40 of 213 Re: montana turn signals [charm5scott]
Feb 24, 2008 (1:20 pm)
I have the same problem on my 2001 Pontiac Montana and did the same thing you did... replaced the tail light connector and the circuit board as well...however while my husband is connecting the wires he sparked it and somehow blew a fuse...we checked the fuse and replaced the burned one but unfortunately all our turn signals wont work...we checked the signal light flasher but there's nothing wrong with it...does anybody knows something that we missed??? we need help...
#41 of 213 Re: montana turn signals [bebz75]
Feb 28, 2008 (9:26 pm)
Sorry to take so long to reply. I was out of town.
The Montana has a fuse box AND a Circuit Breaker Box,,,it might be "tripped".
To reset, see the owners manual.
#42 of 213 Re: montana turn signals [jhirneisen]
Mar 04, 2008 (8:40 pm)
Jack, thank you so much for responding to my post...everythings working great now...
#43 of 213 Pontiac Montana Wiper runs only on high
Mar 10, 2008 (5:44 pm)
#44 of 213 Pontiac Montana Wiper runs only on high
Mar 10, 2008 (5:44 pm)
I have 99 Pontiac Montana. Its front wiper only runs on high, dosn't work on any other setting. Does anyone ecncounter this problem and do you know what was the problem, switch or module?
#45 of 213 Re: Pontiac Montana Wiper runs only on high [azto]
Mar 15, 2008 (1:10 pm)
I have a 2004 Montana and my wipers (front) only work on high as well. Also, the fan for the heater/air conditioner doesn't work on 3. (very weird)
Does anyone know what to do about the wipers? It is becoming a big problem.
#46 of 213 Re: Pontiac Montana Wiper runs only on high [kwoodman]
Mar 16, 2008 (10:26 am)
Yes...I believe there are little circuit boards (about 1 inch by 2 inches) up inside the dash area that control the wiper delays and fan speeds (might be 1 board for each function). The heater fan delay board cost me about $75. I had my mechanic friend do the work for $100..... as it is impossible to do the work unless you are an alien with 12 arms!
Jack in Colorado
Mar 21, 2008 (12:13 pm)
I have a 2001 Montana the rear taillights on either side are not working when the brake is applied.The centre light does work on the tailgate.Bulbs are ok.,turn signals work fine as well as 4 way flasher any suggestions where to look first
#48 of 213 Re: rear tail lights [stiffchicken]
Mar 21, 2008 (7:26 pm)
This is a common problem which we have talked about several times on this web-site.
Could be two different problems..
1. simply a tail light bulb is burned out and causing a false reading in the computer or a power feedback.
2. but probably it's a short in the tail light fixture (pig-tail). The pig-tail supplier used a plastic that could not withstand the heat, so the black power wire is shorting out on one or more wires (in the pig-tail). You will need to remove the tail light fixture, cut out the defective pig-tail (smell the burned plastic, and view the melted female recepticals!!??), install the new pig-tail, be sure to use a di-electric grease in the new socket, install new bulbs and test.
This problem has been reported on the NHTSA web-site, but GM refuses to do the recall.
#49 of 213 I need help with my 2002 Montana Key issue!!!!!
Mar 27, 2008 (9:06 am)
I have lost one of the two keys to my 2002 montana. I had a spare made and it will not start the vehicle. Does anyone know of a way to bypass the theft deterrent system so that the new key will work? My van is not really worth much money so i am not too concerned with it being stolen. If anyone has any advice or information i would appreciate it very much.
I think this is the correct place to post this.