I would like to know what it does naturally. Install the radiator outlet pipe stud. A burnt valve or blown head gasket is another possibility. Unfortunately after the harness goes under the throtle assembly I cant trace it. If the bottom hose feels 'cooler' than the top hose it may be that the coolant thermostat is not opening.
Not blowing hot air in cab could indicate faulty valve that opens to allow coolant to flow through heater radiator in cabin. Now that you have an idea of how the thermostat operates, you can use that knowledge to investigate the problem. After cleaning, apply a suitable lubricant to the O-ring to aid in installation. Attach the thermostat housing to the intake manifold. The vehicle owner's manual specified a defect with the pass lock and anti-theft device system, which could result in unexpected stalling.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional. . If you follow the upper radiator hose towards the engine, you will see the end of this hose connecting to the thermostat housing. This is a manufacture issue as the intake manifold seem defective. Google Maps Some articles have Google Maps embedded in them. Last time it went to dealer.
I have yet to get a email, or letter or anything for that matter about any of the recalls on this veh. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ We offer help in answering questions, clarifying things or giving advice but we are not a substitute for an on-site inspection by a professional. Because thats the way home lol, and I dont know what didnt make sense to you. This means the coolant is flowing continuously, keeping the engine from reaching operating temperature. Checking your car thermostat is the best way to know if the unit has actually failed. While holding it there, re-install the bracket bolt. Pontiac has located this device there and all your major grounds join here.
. . Consume drove the vehicle to the dealer for inspection, and mechanic could not duplicate the problem. I have a 2005 Chevy Impala 3. Just saying Copyright © 2019 HubPages Inc. Other places around the city and the prefecture have different coordinates.
Make sure it is full by adding coolant if you must. An authorized dealer repaired the vehicle on May 5, 2008. Insert the thermostat in the intake manifold. Swing the air intake duct back into its original position. Depending on your height, it may be easier to do this from beneath the vehicle. HubPages ® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
Remove the air cleaner assembly. Amazon Unified Ad Marketplace This is an ad network. If not then you most probably haven't got a blown head gasket. You're cruising along in your Grand Am, looking good and enjoying the day, when suddenly it starts to overheat. Disconnect the surge tank line from the thermostat housing.
If your car is still alive, spend the 150 bucks to get your red flushed out. Internal leak: A leaking head or intake gasket could be the problem. If you don't see this the water pump may be faulty, a broken impeller perhaps. There should be more than one temperature sensor on the car 1 for the gauge the other to control the electric radiator cooling fan, you mentioned only replacing 1, which one was it? Thanks for the advice and Ill check in tomorrow. I am convinced it is a thermostat issue but no one will believe me as my vehicle is not showing any other faults in a diagnostic test. I purchased the 32 dollar bottle.
Coolant inlet housing bolt accessible through exhaust manifold. Have you checked that yet? Let it sit for a week, never saw anything on the ground so I called repair shops. Remarketing Pixels We may use remarketing pixels from advertising networks such as Google AdWords, Bing Ads, and Facebook in order to advertise the HubPages Service to people that have visited our sites. I have since moved them back to their original location and had to use electrical tape on another wire connection that the lock snap was broke off. The same thing happened to me again, about 4 months later. In the end I fixed it with a gallon of water. Just below where it attaches, you'll see a two wire plug.