GM OBD TROUBLE CODES GM Code List P1000-P1299 NOTE: For some code numbers, there may be more than one definition because the same number may be used for different faults on different model years or models. P1031….O2 Sensor heater control circuit problem P1105….Secondary Vacuum Sensor circuit P1106….MAP sensor circuit voltage intermittent high or low …READ MORE
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Start here for your 2004-2006 Pontiac GTO “Do-It-Yourself” diagnosis and repair. Grab the FREE service manual, check the maintenance schedule, get the bolt torque specs for the repair you are tackling, decipher those pesky OBD2 Trouble codes and more!
GENERIC OBD-II TROUBLE CODES DTC CODES P0001 to P0099 P0010….’A’ Camshaft Position Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) P0011….’A’ Camshaft Position – Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) P0012….’A’ Camshaft Position – Timing Over-Retarded (Bank 1) P0013….’B’ Camshaft Position – Actuator Circuit (Bank 1) P0014….’B’ Camshaft Position – Timing Over-Advanced or System Performance (Bank 1) …READ MORE
Welcome to my 2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Torque Specifications guide. It is extremely important when working on your vehicle to tighten any nuts and bolts to the proper Torque specification. Over tightening can put stress on the bolts and cause them to break or snap. Under tightening can cause nuts and bolts to come loose, causing …READ MORE
2004-2006 Pontiac GTO Maintenance Schedule Following a maintenance schedule for your vehicle will not only improve performance, but also improve longevity in how long your car will last. Avoid costly repairs by regularly maintaining your vehicle and inspecting and servicing it at the required intervals. A maintenance schedule includes inspection as well as servicing your …READ MORE
Need a service manual for your 2004-2006 Goat? I have it for you in .pdf format! This manual is complete with torque specs, parts breakdown, repairs, service, everything a mechanic needs to know. This service manual is a GTO owners bible. I don’t do a single repair without looking up torque specs, you shouldn’t either. …READ MORE