C305-Ectomy (Lots of pics)
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« Reply #105 on: January 11, 2018, 04:22:29 PM »

I dont. And I tried every trick I knew to get those pics.

Some things I have located on the net...

https://sparkys-answers.com/2008/04/1998-pontiac-montana-fuel-pump-fuse.html (Pontiac Montana, same as Aztek)

The few things I remember from doing this years ago. The plugs are underneath the drivers seat, and the seat has to be removed. It does help to also have the drivers rear seat also removed. The -B- Pillar trim needs to be loosened but not removed. The door sills also need to be removed, and will never go back in correctly.Once those are out of the way, you can roll back the carpet, to reveal the C-305 connector. I used a drill to take out the rivet holding the tin plates in covering the back of the C-305 connector. I did it one wire at a time. Solder, dielectric grease, and heat shrink every wire. The dialectic grease to me is the most important part, it stops corrosion from getting at the copper wiring that you will be exposing when cutting the terminals out. I used a nut and bolt to put the plate back over the modified wiring to protect the new C305 connector.

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« Reply #106 on: January 13, 2018, 01:53:37 AM »

Good link to have Brian, thanks!

I completely bypassed mine, I didn't really have to remove the front seat or b-pillar moulding, just the sills, rear seat and the trim around the rear seat anchors, there was plenty of room to work with those out of the way after lifting up the carpet.

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