Pontiac Montana 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 Workshop Service Repair Manual
The Pontiac Montana nameplate was utilized as a trim degree of the Pontiac Trans Sport van from 1997 to 1998. GM went down the Trans Sporting activity name for 1999 (2000 in Canada) and also the van just became Montana. This generation was connected to the previous generation Buick GL8, the Chevrolet Venture, the Oldsmobile Shape, the Vauxhall Sintra, as well as the Opel Sintra. The Opel and Vauxhall were only offered in Europe, although made in the very same factory in the United States as the others. Chevrolet likewise presented an almost identical twin to Pontiac save for its badging for European intake, called the Chevrolet Trans Sporting activity. Both of the Buick GL8 minivans were just offered in China.
The 2000-2005 GL8 is a similar variation of the first-generation Pontiac Montana, and the 2005+ GL8 resembles the Pontiac Montana SV6. The Pontiac Montana came in both brief- and also long-wheelbase models. The Pontiac Montana was just one of minority minivans which supplied seatsing for 8. For 2001, the Montana obtained a new steering wheel with the Pontiac logo design which changes the one with the PONTIAC letters. For 2003, the sport-style head restrictions were decreased in support of the traditional head restraints the Endeavor and also Shape provided; as well as the anti-lock brakes ended up being optional, as well as for the Venture, however continued to be standard for the Silhouette before Oldsmobile’s death in 2004.
Pontiac Montana 2005-2009 Workshop Service Repair Manual
New for this generation, cabin air filters were installed, and the filters can be accessed from behind a gain access to panel easily accessed from inside the handwear cover compartment.
The Montana Rumbling was the most up-level version of the Montana. Introduced in 2002, Thunder included unique “Thunder” badging, Thunder-specific 16″ chrome 5-spoke rims, upgraded trip and handling package, and also an unique looter on the back of the roof covering shelf. Inside, the Montana Rumbling had unique two-tone black and also grey natural leather seats, as well as a perforated leather-wrapped steering wheel. The Montana Rumbling was produced in 2002 as well as 2003, however, for 2004 as well as 2005 it was made an optional bundle on Montana GTs called the “Chrome-Sport” package. Only the “Thunder” badges were ceased. Despite the Pontiac Montana’s redesign in 2004, Pontiac remained to offer the initial body design for the 2004 model year for fleet usage. The last Montana rolled off the assembly line on March 31, 2004 as a 2004 design.