Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
The radiator cap maintains pressure water boil at 110F, now if you pressure boiling water you increase the boiling point for ever 1 LB you increase the boiling point 10F. So the vehicle optimum temperature is 210F. You have 2 possible head gasket scenerio. 1 when overheats and has a head gasket you get water and oil mixed. the second is what you have combustion in the cooling system.When the vehicle is cold or cool open the radiator cap smell in the radiator if it smell like fuel or a\burnt rubber you will need a head gasket and to find the reason it overhead to begin with
Posted on Feb 24, 2012
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