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2002 Pontiac grand am over heats then loses power

Over heats then loses power

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Have you checked your thermostat? They are fairly cheap and easy to replace.

Posted on Nov 02, 2012

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Most likely an ignition switch gone bad.

Posted on Aug 27, 2009

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You might have a thermostat stuck open this will not allow the coolant to reach correct operating temperature.

Posted on Mar 18, 2009

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try replace cooling sensor

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SOURCE: no heat no blower... 2002 pontiac grand prix

check your fuses which are on the drivers side on left side of the lower portion of the steering column. they should be labled. sounds like a fuse is blown.

Posted on Jan 29, 2010

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Over heats then loses power


Overheating is a serious issue. Your car's engine will eventually seize and cause damage.
Check cooling system for leaks.If no leaks present, then check condition and operation of thermostat. Remove this and place in hot water (it should open). Then place in cold water (it should close). Replace if necessary.
Check operation of radiator fan.

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I have a 2006 pontiac grand prix it has vary little heat and after driving a long distance i might lose all my heat i have 78,000 miles on the car


You might have a thermostat stuck open this will not allow the coolant to reach correct operating temperature.

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I know this may seem a little stupid but when something electrical stops working, the first thing you should always do is check your fuses.

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