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 11 
 on: January 13, 2018, 01:43:02 AM 
Started by BlueGT - Last post by BlueGT
Hey there Blue, I love that color! Unique, indeed. I have a 2003 but I really wanted a 2001. You found a good one with all of the options!

You are a hero! That dash replacement was a helluva undertaking! And you were able to get it all back together again!!

I see you had the instrument cluster out. That would be the time to replace any burnt out bulbs in your dash. I can't get over that it takes a soldering iron to replace them!!

I found a Tek in the junkyard that had the HUD and the better stereo. I considered taking those out, along with the instrument cluster, but my guess is I would need the whole wire harness too, to make all that stuff work properly. I did take the steering wheel with the radio controls, as well as the rear radio controls and speakers, figuring I can hook them up to a more modern stereo.



Hah, I don't know about being a hero but it was a whole lot of work. Worth it though! Thank you for the kind words.

Nearly all my bulbs work, amazingly enough. The stereo has bulbs out, of course but we are considering either a Vibe/Matrix navigation unit or do something I almost never do and go aftermarket.

As far as adding HUD, DIC and such, that will be an undertaking and it may get done to our friend Laird's Aztek this year so we will keep everyone updated on how that goes.
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 12 
 on: January 13, 2018, 01:39:08 AM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by BlueGT
Hey! I know you from w-body and there's a few w-body folks on here from what I have seen.

My friend Heather is currently doing an L67 swap on her Aztek. I don't think she is on here but is on the Facebook group.

Welcome, hopefully we can get the site hopping again, seems social media was all but killed the forums.
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 13 
 on: January 12, 2018, 08:48:40 PM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by wstefan20
Got this after piecing together the schematics on autozone.com so I can't guarantee the information, but I think it's fairly accurate. Here's a link to the schematics page I used https://www.autozone.com/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f80cb3284 Hope this helps someone!





 14 
 on: January 12, 2018, 08:44:28 PM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by wstefan20
Found the answer to my own question. In case anyone is looking for it, it's on autozone but not under aztek, it's under buick rendezvous but it's the same pinout. Here's the link: https://www.autozone.com/repairinfo/repairguide/repairGuideContent.jsp?pageId=0996b43f80cb32d4

looks like they have a lot of the schematics for our vehicles there too!

 15 
 on: January 12, 2018, 12:42:35 AM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by wstefan20
I know this is a long shot, but Brenner's inbox is full, and no email address, and I know he hasn't been on here in a while. I'd really like to know how he accomplished the instrument cluster fix on the L67 Aztek swap as I'm planning on doing that myself soon. If anyone has any info on his whereabouts, I'd be extremely grateful! Thanks!
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 16 
 on: January 11, 2018, 04:22:29 PM 
Started by alchemist - Last post by Pontiac6KSTEAWD
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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 17 
 on: January 10, 2018, 09:57:00 PM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by wstefan20
I know it's a long-shot, but does anyone have a pinout for a 2001 Aztek PCM?

 18 
 on: January 10, 2018, 07:43:53 PM 
Started by wstefan20 - Last post by wstefan20
Hello all. I've been a lurker for a while now. I currently have a Pontiac Grand Prix, but I've always wanted an Aztek. My wife surprised me yesterday and told me she wants an Aztek for her next car!

I've rebuilt a few engines and transmissions in the process of rebuilding my grand prix, and I'm currently studying to be an electrical engineer, so I'm fairly good with most car mods.

I'm currently saving for a tuner as my plans are to modify the Aztek pcm for an L67 and do a supercharged swap! I've seen a few people have done this so I'm hoping I can learn a thing or two, as well as give back to the community.

In case anyone is curious, I'm also on w-body and grandprixforums.com under this username!  Smiley
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 19 
 on: January 10, 2018, 02:02:48 PM 
Started by alchemist - Last post by shanon2k
Seriously.... photobucket is out of their mind!!!! Does anyone have the c305 hardwire pics....non photobucket... ($400 a year to use?Huh)
Thanks!
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 20 
 on: January 03, 2018, 09:59:09 AM 
Started by Jaws - Last post by dean29
Man, I absolutely love the way that camo wrap matches the body color. I am fan of everything camo, haha
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