This part will fit the following vehicles:
|1999 - 2005||Pontiac||Montana||Base||All||Mini Cargo Van|
|1999 - 2005||Pontiac||Montana||Base||All||Mini Passenger Van|
Other identifiers for this part: Eagle Eyes #: GM151-B001L, TYC #: 20-5124-00-1.
Fits years: 97 1997, 98 1998, 99 1999, 00 2000, 01 2001, 02 2002, 03 2003, 04 2004, 05 2005
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I have a Toyota Tacoma pick-up and the headlights were beginning to oxidize pretty bad. I was at the dealer getting my oil changed when I inquired on the replacement price. I about fell over when they said $279.00 + tax (7%). I could not believe the headlights would be almost $600 to replace so I went online to www.Go-Parts.com and seen the same headlights for $50.00. I ordered one thinking I would take a chance and worried if I would be disappointed. They arrived quickly and to my surprise were exactly the same (minus the oxidation) and went in no problem. They even came with new bulbs already in them. I ordered the other headlight and had the same great experience. Go-Parts has exceeded my expectations in service, quality, and price. I recommend the site to everyone I know!
The Pontiac Montana emerged as a variation on the American automaker's Trans Sport minivan in 1997. By adding new features to a reasonable popular design, Pontiac was able to transition the model without “discontinuing” it. In 1999, the Trans Sport nameplate was dropped, and the Montana took over the design. Though the design was popular in Canada and Mexico, Pontiac elected to discontinue the Montana in the United States, as American consumers were showing little interest in the minivan. And, though sales were reasonable elsewhere, General Motors began phasing out the Pontiac moniker in 2010, marking the end of the Pontiac Montana.
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