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Pontiac Aztek

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The Pontiac Aztek is a mid-size crossover produced by General Motors from 2001 to 2005. This 4-door SUV is powered by a 3.4-L LA1 V6 engine and comes with a 4-speed 4T65-E automatic transmission.
I just did this last week - it's pretty simple. 1. Open up the rear hatch. Next to the light assembly you want to get into, find the two black bolts holding it in place. Unscrew them. 2. Pull the light assembly towards the outside of the car (i.e., pull left assembly left, or right assembly...
a head light problem should always start with the fuse and then the bulbs. if the lights still are not coming on make sure they are getting the proper voltage from the battery. (if the vehicle is running than you are ok on this one) if you are getting good voltage than your light switch could be to...
I drove to my local Home Depot pulled my key out and was unable to put the key back in I played with it for a few hours I sprayed WD40 into the key lock cylinder and used a paper clip in and out and finally the key went in and I had the lock replace shortly after that.
go to http://www.programyourremote.com/ It works perfect. When you remove and reinsert the key per the instructions, remove it and swing it about 2 feet away from the ignition so the sensor can't detect the passcode in the key.
My 2001 came with 215/70-15" Tires, but I wasn't happy with the way they handled, so I put 225/60-R16's mounted on Cadillac STS Wheels on the car, and it drives much better, and looks better with the nicer wheels as well. Depending on the style you like, many of the GM wheels will fit, as long as...
It is in the fuel tank attached to the fuel pump.
If I remember right, you have to turn the key to the on position (don't start the car) and then pump the gas pedal 4 times. Wait a couple of seconds and your go to go, if I remember it right. in all Chevy gm vehicles ive delt with check engine light and change oil light are two different lights. if...
OPEN THE REAR HATCH DOOR. REMOVE THE 2 BLACK SCREWS HOLDING THE BLACK PLASTIC HOUSING OF THE LAMP ASSEMBLY. REMOVE THE HOUSING. SWING OUT THE LAMP ASSEMBLY TO EXPOSE THE BACK OF IT. TWIST THE BURNED OUT BULB HOLDER. REPLACE BULB. REINSTALL. BUD
Ebay. Type in the Pontiac Aztek and all the parts and accessories that everyone have for sale pop up. I bought my console cooler off of Ebay.
70 litres - converts to just about 20 gallons US
May want to check the actual switch itself. Had a problem where mine was broke. Cheap fix for about $5 is a replacement 4 way switch from the salvage yard.
I have a 2004 and mine is in the back of the glove box. There should be a small door in the back of it.
Sensor is in the exhaust usually near the exhaust manifold. V engines will have at least two and newer cars may have more than two. Once you get to the sensor replacement is unhooking the electrical connection and unscrewing the sensor. You then screw in new sensor and reconnect.
There is a hole under the column right next to the ignition. put a pen in the hole and the key will now roll back to get it out of the ignition.
To remove the headlight you must open the hood and pull the white tab slide located on top of the headlight assembly. It pulls strait up. You must use caution as these break all too often. You do not need to completely remove the slide to remove the headlight once pulled up the headlight should...
TRY THIS. OPEN HOOD--WITH ONE HAND PUSH IN ON THE HEADLITE, WITH THE OTHER HAND, INSIDE, PULL UP ON A WHITE PLASTIC RETAINING CLIP---THE ASSEMBLY IS RELEASED--PULL IT OUT, FORWARD, THEN CHANGE BULB AND REINSTALL.. BUDSBAND
It should take 4.5 quarts with filter change and 4 quarts WITHOUT a filter change. If all else fails, check the owners manual under "capacities." I have 2 Azteks and both take 4.5 quarts with filter change.
Manufacturer defect. You can take it to be fixed for free, at least that what they say.
On my cap of same car it says 5w-30