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ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment; SOFT RIDE SUSPENSION (FE1), RIDE & HANDLING SUSPENSION (FE2)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2005 - Pontiac Bonneville Front
ACDelco
Qty:
102.50
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • Professional Premium Gas Charged
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2006 - Pontiac Torrent Front Left
ACDelco
2007 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-38A701E    506-763  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (6AK)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Doors Body Engine VIN Position Engine
2007 - Pontiac G6 4 Sedan B Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco
2008 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-38A701E    506-763  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (6AJ)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Position Engine
2008 - Pontiac G6 B Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco
2010 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-38A701E    506-763  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (6AL), SUSPENSION (6AN)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Position Engine
2010 - Pontiac G6 B Front Left 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; TYPE II VENT DISC BRAKE (JG0), Cast Iron
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine Designation Engine VIN Position Engine
2009 - Pontiac G3 Wave LXV E Front Left 4 Cyl 1.6L
ACDelco
Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2001 - Pontiac Grand Prix Front
ACDelco
1997 Pontiac Trans Sport Suspension Strut Assembly - Front ACDelco

P311-246DCB6    506-600  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment; SOFT RIDE SUSPENSION (FE1), SPORT SUSPENSION (FE3)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1997 - Pontiac Trans Sport Front
ACDelco
2004 Pontiac Montana Suspension Strut Assembly - Front ACDelco

P311-246DCB6    506-600  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment; SPECIAL SUSPENSION (FE4)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2004 - Pontiac Montana Front
ACDelco
2003 Pontiac Montana Suspension Strut Assembly - Front ACDelco

P311-246DCB6    506-600  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment; SOFT RIDE SUSPENSION (FE1), RIDE & HANDLING SUSPENSION (FE2), SPORT SUSPENSION (FE3)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Drive Type Position
2003 - Pontiac Montana Base FWD Front
ACDelco
1998 Pontiac Trans Sport Suspension Strut Assembly - Front ACDelco

P311-246DCB6    506-600  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • GM Original Equipment; RIDE & HANDLING SUSPENSION (FE2), TIRE, P215/70R15 WOL (XPA)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Pontiac Trans Sport Front
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; SOFT RIDE SUSPENSION (FE1), SPORT SUSPENSION (FE3)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2006 - Pontiac Pursuit Front Left
ACDelco
Qty:
135.84
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2008 - Pontiac G5 Front Left
ACDelco
Qty:
102.59
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Left
  • GM Original Equipment; RIDE & HANDLING SUSPENSION (FE2)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Left
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Submodel Position
2009 - Pontiac G8 GXP Front Left
ACDelco
Qty:
93.65
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • Professional Premium Gas Charged
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2002 - Pontiac Bonneville Front
ACDelco
2010 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-1D262BD    506-764  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (7AL), SUSPENSION (7AN)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Position Engine
2010 - Pontiac G6 B Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco
2008 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-1D262BD    506-764  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (7AK)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Doors Body Engine VIN Position Engine
2008 - Pontiac G6 4 Sedan B Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco
2008 Pontiac G6 Suspension Strut Assembly - Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L ACDelco

P311-1D262BD    506-764  New

Qty:
111.57
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • GM Original Equipment; ACTIVE SUSPENSION (FE0), SUSPENSION (7AJ)
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Engine VIN Position Engine
2008 - Pontiac G6 B Front Right 4 Cyl 2.4L
ACDelco
Qty:
83.23
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front
  • Professional Premium Gas Charged
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2000 - Pontiac Sunfire Front
ACDelco
Qty:
132.49
ACDelco Suspension Strut Assembly  Front Right
  • GM Original Equipment
Brand: ACDelco
Position: Front Right
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2008 - Pontiac G5 Front Right

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98 Pontiac Sunfire Tire facing outward

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Question From MynamesMike on 98 Pontiac Sunfire Tire facing outward

1998 Pontiac Sunfire, 2.2

I just replaced the struts, because Mine were fried. Both front tires were leaning IN at the TOP, and OUT at the bottom. The inside of both tires has massive wear on them because of this. So i replaced the struts last night, only to find that now the front passenger tire is fine, straight up and down, and facing straight. But now the front driver side tire is turned outward, to the left, while the passenger one is facing straight.

Will a front end alignment or tire alignment fix this? Or is it a possibility that the tire rod on the driver side is bad?

Thanks guys!

Response From Hammer Time

The front end alignment is all you needed in the first place. The struts are adjustable to correct the Camber issue.

Response From MynamesMike

The struts DID need to be replaced. They were in horrible shape. THe car would continually bounce after hitting the smallest of bumps, and it would hit hard.

But thanks, I will take it in for wheel alignment and hopefully that will fix the driver side as well.

Response From Hammer Time

Well, that is information that you never included in your original question. They did not need to be replaced because of the wheel position that you described in your question. If they were shot anyway, then now you need a good alignment.

Response From MynamesMike Top Rated Answer

Oh I didn't include that because they were already replaced. The main issue I was wondering about was why one wheel was aiming left while the other was straight.

But thanks again! I will take it in for an alignment and update the results!

Response From Hammer Time

In some cases the slot in the strut has to be elongated so don't be surprised if they charge you extra for that if it isn't done already.

Response From MynamesMike

Okay. Thanks for the heads up.

strut removal on 2000 bonneville

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Question From nicosuave6904 on strut removal on 2000 bonneville

Hi, newb here so bear with me.
I'm trying to remove the passenger strut on a 2000 Pontiac Bonneville. I got the 2 nuts off the bottom bolts at the knuckle. Here is my problem: I can't get the bolts to slide out. I put the nuts back on a few threads and am hitting them with a hammer and having no luck. Anybody have any advice?
Thanks,
Nick

Response From Hammer Time

You just need a bigger hammer. They are splined into the hole.

Response From nicosuave6904

Yea I got them like 5 mins after posting the question but my laptop died lol. Now I can't get the C.V. shaft out. I couldn't get it by using a prybar so I used a slide hammer. Now after using the slide hammer I seperated the shaft at the joint at the inside boot. I don't know what to do now since I had no luck with the prybar.

Response From Hammer Time

Well, if you had asked first we would have prevented that. You may have a problem if it dropped any needle bearings from the plunge joint. If that happend, just replace the axle.

As far as getting it out of the trans, a prybar is your only method. You need a real strong one and slip it under the housing a give it a real hard snap and it eventually pop out. Sometimes using 2 bars opposite of each other works better because it pulls straighter.

Response From nicosuave6904

I was planning on replacing the c.v. shafts anyways. I already had the new ones sitting right there with me in the garage. I got both shafts out now. I had to use a bigger prybar and have my buddy vibrate it with my air hammer. I've got everything back together now and taking it down the road to have an alignment done (replaced the tie rods as well). Thanks for the help. I will be sure to return here next time I need help.

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

Glad you got it fixed. Thanks for posting the results.

Pontiac Vibe (2003) rear windshield removal

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Question From jadoiron on Pontiac Vibe (2003) rear windshield removal

I need to apply tint to the rear windshield (hatch). It's too hard to do while the window is connected to the vehicle. How do I remove the struts, etc. from the rear window in order to remove the window from the car?

Response From Hammer Time

Tinting is an art form and the people that have the know-how do it very cheap. just have a pro do it and nothing has to come apart and the cost is minimal.

Response From jadoiron Top Rated Answer

Well yeah that goes without saying, but I "invested" in a $30 tinting kit off ebay which worked VERY good on the side windows - Flawlessly in fact - But it was tough to do the rear window just because of the position, and having to get around the brake light and struts. I couldn't get the film smooth enough. After trying once, I know it would be simple if I had the window on a table.

Response From Hammer Time

That is exactly my point. You don't know the technique to "form fit" the film to the curved window and without knowing how to do that, you will be wasting a whole bunch of film and in the end, you will still have to send it out.

Response From jadoiron

Ok well I respect your advice, but I'm not looking for advice. I'm looking to remove the rear window from a Pontiac Vibe.

1992 Pontiac Grand Am-Suspension?

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Question From huxley on 1992 Pontiac Grand Am-Suspension?

Hey again,

This time I'm just looking for some suggestions...it'll be simple for once!

I really need to replace the suspension all the way around in my car. 92 Pontiac Grand Am 2.3L 4Cyl Quad OHC engine, a little under 40K. The gas shocks probably went dead quite some time ago and they certainly show. Now, my questions are the following

1. Suggestions on good (and preferably inexpensive) shocks to get? Best place to get them? Are there any ones that I should absolutely AVOID? Keep in mind that I plan on keeping this car until it, literally, runs into the ground.
2. Can I feasibly do my front end myself? It's a different unit up front. The back end seems easy and straightforward according to my book. I've been told you can really injure yourself if you f...screw up on the front. So I'm reasonably nervous about that undertaking.
3. Do I need to replace my springs too with a car that's under 40K? Are these expensive? If they should be replaced, is it harder to do?
4. Any other tips, tricks, or suggestions?

Thanks!
Nate

Response From dmac0923 Top Rated Answer

i think your confusing replacing your front end with just replacing your struts.

you can physically remove the struts from the vehicle, but servicing them is usually a job for a shop since it requires a spring compressor to relieve the extremely high tension of the strut spring.

the problem is new struts rarely come assembled with the springs preloaded.

Response From Double J

To add...
Gabriel does make a completely assembled Strut/spring/strut mount/bearing..called a ready mount.
Autozone does sell them.

Response From huxley

Oh wow...I checked those out. Pricey! All you need is that tool they sell to compress the springs, right? I can get one of those fairly cheaply, so it might be in my best interest to assemble it myself. I'm just worried about injuring myself in the process...

-Nate

Response From Tom Greenleaf


Nate - I couldn't help it but jump in here too - sorry. The basic spring compressors look and work like shown in above pics. I have those and they work but stink! Not very safe IMO so I use a wall mounted more expensive job at another shop when needed and never bought the good stuff for my own shop.

I'd take them out whole and just ask a shop how much to assemble them for you. I dunno if parts outlets are doing this service - ask??

Idea: When taking out whole McPherson struts you will lose the alignment but if you spray some quick dry primer paint on the area where bolted and you can get it close and still do need it aligned.

Note: A compressed spring is a lot of force and can easily be severly dangerous if things go wrong. Pay strict attention when compressing springs and where car is supported while messing with this stuff. They guys here will know more about what you should watch out for specifically then I do for this exact one so I'll butt out,

T