The proper tire size for a 1998 Pontiac Transport is P205/70R15. This info is on a sticker placed on the driver's door jam.
i believe stock size is 205 75 15
There is 3 primary stock engines for this model. * LG6 3.1L v6 * L27 3800 (series 1) v6 * LA1 3400 v6
Listed in your owner's manual and on the driver's door post.
The tire size for the 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix varies slightly with the model of the vehicle. The average tire size is 225/60 R16.
The Pontiac 2+2 was a full size car built by Pontiac on the "B" body chassis for the model years 1964-67.
look on the sticker on driver door most pop size 205/65/15
Most likely a 15mm wrench. Unlikely to be Allen in that vehicle.
There was more than one size used on the 1992 Pontiac Grand Am depending on which model it was GT, etc. It should be listed on the drivers door post. If not click the link I will post.
The Bonneville is Pontiac. See sources and related links below to lookup wiper blade sizes by Pontiac Bonneville model year.
There are no strict age requirements for plus size models and can be as young as 16 years of age and older.
The 1997 Pontiac Transport has 2 different alternators . One is 105 amps and the second is 140 amps. It will depend on the power equipment you have on your vehicle. You may want to get an AVR test to make sure that it is the alternator before changing it. That test is about $30.00. Good luck
Check out: http://classiccardatabase.com/ Look up Pontiac 1955 then select your model or for the Chieftain and scan the data under tire/wheel size. Good luck! 55 Poncho Guy
a Pontiac 301
That is a very broad question. More information would have to be given. Year model. engine size, ac...
the "non GT" model is 225 60 16. I believe the GT has 17's or larger
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This answer will vary by the year of the Pontiac Montana. See sources and related links below to lookup the exact answer by vehicle make, model and year. Since there are over 22 different wiper arm attachments, do not buy wipers just by length only - be sure to lookup exact wiper blade part numbers by vehicle make, model and year for the brand wiper you decide to purchase. This ensures correct length AND correct attachment.
1949 Pontiac Chieftain Eight Series 27 tire size is 7.1 x 15".
The OEM size is 7.1x15"
2.2L or 2.4L depends of model about 110 hp and 150 hp if you have the 2.4 L ecotech
20-18 US gallons. Opinions vary greatly. I hear 18 allot. But mine takes more that 18 at fill up.
Giving car model and year helps us diagnose - Most pre-97 Pontiac used 15 mm bolts on calipers. After that, depends on model and year, 7mm Allen, 10 mm bolt or 15 mm bolt.