Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
I own a 1997 pontiac grand am 6cyl and the temp gauge will go from 100 degrees to 240 in a matter of minutes then down to 110 up to 240 and so on. my mechanic told me after i had the radiator repaired and all hoses replaced that there was this seal i needed to get and it would cost 600 dollars to fix it. i just want the name of that part i need and i can get it repaired for a much more reasonable price. thank you for your help.
Hi, the fan in the cooling sistem plays a very important role ,if the fan dont work properly that kind of temperature variations may happens,this can be coused by a bad temperature suitch, a bad relay or defective fan ,,another posibility is a bad thermostate ,even if is new it can be defective, water pump should also be checked......(never heard of any seals.) GOOD LUCK..
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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