Pontiac Repair Q&AA guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Pontiac Pontiac Maintenance By following the manufacturer-recommended service and maintenance schedule, you can keep your Pontiac running and looking like new for many years. However, some parts can still fail over time because of things like wear and tear and weather conditions. It’s a good idea to know the symptoms of a failing component to prevent it from causing serious problems. Here are some of the common problems you might encounter:
Some 2008 through 2009 Pontiac G6 owners have brought up concerns about their external lights. Various problems can cause problems with the headlights, brake lights, and door ajar lights.
The intake manifold gasket can fail in some 1995 to 2005 Pontiac Montanas, causing oil and coolant to leak into the engine. While replacing the failed gasket will often fix the problem, serious damage to the engine will require more thorough and costly repairs.
In some 2003 through 2010 Pontiac Vibes, the gas cap can loosen or go missing. This will cause issues like higher emission levels and reduced fuel economy until a new cap is installed.