Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix
Went to auto zone said the engine coolent was below regulating temp they said something about the thermastat but my heat in the car works great. also the antifreeze/coolent is full when i baught the car they said that the sencer for the coolent light had a short???
Your thermostat will not affect the heat in your car. This is controlled by the heater core which is pulled from coolant from the engine where the coolant will be the hottest. Your thermostat opens and allows the coolant from the engine to circulate into the radiator and the coolant from the radiator flow into the engine. A thermostat is cheap and easy to replace. The sensor should be a fairly inexpensive and easy replacement as well. I would change out the sensor first because bad thermostat would create an overheating problem.
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