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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.

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Service type Oxygen Sensor - Front/Upper/Upstream Replacement for 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.8L Estimate $134 Dealer Estimate $224 Savings 39.99% Location Denver, CO
Service type Power Steering Pump Replacement for 1996 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $264 Dealer Estimate $480 Savings 44.85% Location Denver, CO
Service type Axle / CV Shaft Assembly - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $176 Dealer Estimate $307 Savings 42.70% Location Denver, CO
Service type Camshaft Position Sensor Replacement for 1995 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $130 Dealer Estimate $216 Savings 39.62% Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Rear Replacement for 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $223 Dealer Estimate $402 Savings 44.41% Location Denver, CO
Service type Car Battery Replacement for 1996 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.4L Estimate $168 Dealer Estimate $291 Savings 42.29% Location Denver, CO
Service type Fuel Filter Replacement for 1990 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.1L Estimate $78 Dealer Estimate $112 Savings 30.00% Location Denver, CO
Service type Wheel Bearings - Passenger Side Front Replacement for 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport V6-3.8L Estimate $276 Dealer Estimate $489 Savings 43.57% Location Denver, CO

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Michael

21 years of experience
98 reviews
Michael
21 years of experience
Micheal was very knowledgeable about the issue. The service was done quickly. Not only did he replace the starter, when the job was completed he assisted in troubleshooting and fixing another issue that seemed to happen from disconnecting the battery. I would most definitely recommend him and his services to others.
CAR STARTER REPAIR - CHARLOTTE, NC

Mauricio

36 years of experience
78 reviews
Mauricio
36 years of experience
On time, fast work, great guy!
SHIFT SELECTOR CABLE REPLACEMENT - WEST COVINA, CA

Michael

10 years of experience
8 reviews
Michael
10 years of experience
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FUEL PUMP REPLACEMENT - ARLINGTON, TX

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Answers to common Pontiac Trans Sport questions

Q: 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport. Taking longer to start.
Answered by Spencer
Hello there. Many different faults can cause your 1993 Pontiac Trans Sport to crank slowly. The most common cause of this would be the battery (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/battery-replacement), starter (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/starter-replacement), battery cable (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/battery-cable-replacement), or fuel pump (https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/fuel-pump-replacement). The first item a technician...
Q: My power sliding door on my 1996 Pontiac Transport moves really slow makes a whining noise and does not latch all the way shut.
Answered by Marvin
Hi there. The sliding door has a track that the door rides in and allows the rollers on the door to move as the door motors operate. The track tends to get rust and buildup in it making the rollers...
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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