How do you open the back seat of a Pontiac g6?
Complete Disassembly. Pop the trunk and reach inside near the top rear of the trunk space to locate two levers. These levers release the top of the rear seat sections so that the seat can fold down. Pull on and release both levers, but do not completely fold the seat backs down.
What can cause a Pontiac G6 not to start?
The most common reasons a Pontiac G6 won’t start are a dead battery, an alternator problem, or failed starter.
How do you break into a trunk from the outside?
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- Stick the pick down between the window and the window trim.
- Feel around with the pick for a rod.
- Then, use the pick to lift up the rod and the car door should open.
- At this point, locate the trunk release button or lever inside your car.
- Push or pull the mechanism to unlock the trunk.
What causes an odometer to read error on Pontiac G6?
You need to charge your battery (if possible). If that doesn’t up the voltage on your battery to 12.8V or more then you need to get a new battery. Error on the odometer usually means a miscommunication between the PCM (and sometimes BCM).
How do you open the trunk of a Pontiac?
It’s the bottom switch on the driver’s side door panel.
What is a Pontiac G6?
The Pontiac G6 is a mid-size car that was produced by General Motors under the Pontiac brand. It was introduced in 2004 for the 2005 model year to replace the Grand Am. The car was built on the GM Epsilon platform which it shared with the Chevrolet Malibu and Saab 9-3 along with other General Motors vehicles.
How to restart a Pontiac G6?
Press the INFO repeatedly until TIRE LEARN?
How to reset Pontiac G6 computer?
Open the G6 door and insert your key into the ignition.
How much oil in Pontiac G6?
Your engine oil capacity is 4 quarts of 5W-30. Check it after filling, running the engine for 30 seconds, turn off and let sit on level ground for 5 minutes. Please let me know how I can help
What transmission is in a Pontiac G6?
There was a manual transmission option on the G6 through ’07 (GT & GTP coupes/sedan w/3.9 engine. No convertibles). Not many were built and good luck finding a parts car.