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How much does Pontiac Trans Sport repair and maintenance cost?

The cost depends on your car, the type of service, and where you live. Here are estimates for a selection of Pontiac Trans Sport services.

Service Estimate Dealer Estimate Your Savings Location
Service type Engine Mount - Front Replacement for 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.8L Estimate $196 Dealer Estimate $299 Savings 34.24% Location Denver, CO
Service type Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement for 1994 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.8L Estimate $103 Dealer Estimate $162 Savings 36.14% Location Denver, CO
Service type Alternator Repair for 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $188 Dealer Estimate $332 Savings 43.25% Location Denver, CO
Service type Intake Manifold Gaskets Replacement for 1999 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $540 Dealer Estimate $784 Savings 31.10% Location Denver, CO
Service type Alternator Repair for 1999 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $395 Dealer Estimate $719 Savings 45.00% Location Denver, CO
Service type Spark Plug Replacement for 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $106 Dealer Estimate $149 Savings 29.00% Location Denver, CO
Service type Engine Mount - Side Replacement for 1992 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $119 Dealer Estimate $194 Savings 38.46% Location Denver, CO
Service type Crankshaft Position Sensor Replacement for 1991 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $96 Dealer Estimate $145 Savings 33.78% Location Portland, OR

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Answers to common Pontiac Trans Sport questions

Q: How do I open a driver's side door when the closing latch is broken?
Answered by Jerel
If the latch itself, the one bolted to the inside of the door, will not grab the hook on the car body, then the latching mechanism may be the part that needs to be replaced. Sometimes dirt and grime can...
Q: My van starts whenever it wants and dies while driving whenever.
Answered by Jay
You will need to have a mechanic test it when it is not starting (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-fix-a-car-that-won-t-start-by-rocco-lovetere) to see if you have no fuel pressure or spark. The year and engine has had problems with both of these areas. If after scanning...
Q: FOB key not working. 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport
Answered by Spencer
Hello there, there are a few different reasons why a 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport would be having this snapping sound with the door locks. The fault most likely has to do with the fob itself. The fob may be faulty...
Q: The door latch mechanism seems to be broken and will not allow the door to open. How do I open the door to replace it?
Answered by Victor
Hi! You can access the lock mechanism by removing the inner door panel. This should allow you to open the door. This may be difficult to do! If you are looking for some extra help, a certified technician from YourMechanic...

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Stephen was very professional and spoke to me in terms that I understood. Although the news about the car was not great, he explained the why's and what it would take to fix it. I will call on him again. Many thanks!



Patrick was very professional and polite. He inspected my car and found that it wasn't as bad as I thought it was. He is very friendly and I would DEFINATELY recommend Patrick to all my family, friends and co-workers.



David was knowledgeable, professional and thorough. I will have David do all my future car repairs.