I found a similar problem that is being investigated by the Automobile Protection Association. Here is the link to that page. Look under the heading General Motors. http://www.apa.ca/template.asp?DocID=115 Good luck
I have had to replace the head gasget with mine, it had about 70,000kms on it....... ($2500 cnd later)
the car was only 4 months old for me, quite a upsetting moment
fuse abs pontiac aztek 2002 located
Where is the fuel shut off on 2002 aztek
AnswerCould someone post directions on how to change the thermostat on a 2002 Pont. Aztek? Is it any different than a 2003?It shouldn't be any different....
The Aztek holds 5 qts of oil
Green. The 3.4 motor does not have any aluminum parts internally, so green is standard.
Might be a stuck brake light switch its located at the top of the brake pedal
It depends on if you have the Driver information center or not the owners manual will let you know or most dealerships will do it for you no charge
Most places that sell oil filters will have an application catalog for the brands they sell and employees that will help you with the selection.
Yes (all Azteks have the same engine. Mind you, Azteks were only made from 2001-2005) - GM 3400 3.4-liter V6 185 Horse Power and 210lbs of torque. Many GM cars have this engine, including the Pontiac Grand Am, which says "RAM AIR" under the hood, but has no such thing. :-D lol
More than likely DOT3 but to make sure look on the top of the master cylinder cap. It is always written there.
you need to call the dealer and make sure you have your vin and some dealers charge for the code mine didn't so just call and find out
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
Sounds like the heater core is leaking its a big job probably best left to the professionals
I assume you're asking about fuel capacity... The Aztek has an 18 gallon fuel tank. The Low Fuel light comes on when about 2.5 gallons remain in the tank.
I just had one replaced on my 2001 Aztek. It is inside the fuel tank. This was a costly experience. Fuel pumps are expensive then the labor to drop the fuel tank and replace it is crazy!!
how do you change a battery on a 2002 Pontiac Montana
what is your question
I just had this problem with my 2002 Pontiac Grand Am. The problem is a short in the "multi-function switch." When I took it to get fixed, they told me that a lot of Pontiac Grand Ams have had this problem, and mine was fixed through warranty. If that is not the problem with your car, check the "signal flasher relay." Hope I helped!
Where is the heater core for a 2002 pontiac montana
fuze box under the hood left passenger side. 10amp fuse sits to the far left of the box between a relay and a 20amp cig lighter fuze...
LA1 3.4 L V6 The LA1 3400 ("E-code") was a bored-out version of the LG8.It kept the OHV layout of the previous engine and appeared in a car for the first time in the 1999 Pontiac Grand Am and Oldsmobile Alero.A 92 mm (3.6 in) bore with the same 84 mm (3.3 in) stroke brought the displacement to 3.4 L (3350 cc) The 3.4 L engine is known to have intake manifold gasket problems, much like all other GM v6's. This is known to cause engine damage if the owner of the car neglects to change the gaskets- so car companies have released gaskets that correct this problem for good, such as :# 1996 Chevrolet Lumina APV/Pontiac Trans Sport/Oldsmobile Silhouette # 1997-2004 Chevrolet Venture/Pontiac Montana/Pontiac Trans Sport/Oldsmobile Silhouette # 1999-2004 Oldsmobile Alero GL/GLS # 1999-2005 Pontiac Grand Am SE/GT # 2002-2005 Pontiac Aztek/Buick Rendezvous # 2000-2005 Chevrolet Impala # 2000-2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Pontiac Vibe was created in 2002.
Yes, there is a problem with the design of the 2002-2003 valve covers. It's best to replace them with valve cover (rocker cover) for a 2004 maxima. They are exact fit, work better and are MUCH cheaper than the 02-03 valve covers. You must order gaskets seperately and the 04 valve covers come with a new PCV as well.
2002 PONTIAC AZTEK 3.4L 6-cyl Engine CAPACITIESEngine, with filter..........4.6 quarts1. After refill check oil level. Since the Year was not provided here is a General Idea Double Check it at the "Capacity Lookup" I provided you. Happy Oil Change.
This is a major repair requiring the removal of the intake and exhaust manifold, and then the removal of the heads. Not a DIY repair unless you have the knowledge, and tools necessary to accomplish this repair. If you want to tackle this job, I suggest you buy yourself a repair manual for your Pontiac.