Question about Pontiac G6
Well, your car either over or under heats. A thermostat can fail in any position, open, closed, or partial.... They are fairly cheap, so many times it is just replaced, even as a diagnostic step.
This is the time to get the cooling system flushed. The new stuff, red, gels up as it gets old, have a lube shop do the flush, they can contain the old stuff and dispose of it properly.
Some thermostats are in somewhat fragile housings. Just be gentle. Get all of the old gasket off, if yours has a gasket and not an o ring.
Posted on Oct 28, 2012
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