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SOURCE: 1997 grand prix gtp starter location

at rear bottom of engine, u must change it from the bottom. Make sure the battery is disconnected before u start work.

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SOURCE: I HAVE A 97 GRAND AM GT,REPLACED WATER PUMP,

Check and see if cooling fan is operating. Check to see if you have any trace of water in the motor oil. It is probably a head gasket.
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SOURCE: 1995 Pontiac Grand Prix SE 6v 3.1L running red line hot!

maybe a water pump.

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SOURCE: MY 2004 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

Run water over the radiator while it is still running and see if the temprature goes down. Likely your radiator is stuffed up. A rod out done by a radiator shop will save a lot of money.

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Overheating


Most common reason for overheating is 1. low coolent lvl 2. faulty thermostat (stuck closed). 3. Faulty water pump preventing coolent from circulating through engine.

Check coolent lvl in radiator when engine is cool by removing the cap and filling it up till you can see the coolent, replace cap and try. If you have the proper lvl of coolent. Replace your thermostat, which is located under the thermostat housing (right underneith where your top radiator hose connects). Fill with coolent and see if that helps. Next test is to start the car and let it run till it gets to normal operating temp or near (180 to 220 degrees F) Pinch your upper radiator hose and see if you can feel a gush, or flow of water rush through the hose when you release your pinch hold on the hose, (by pinch, I mean to try and totally squeeze the hose together) If you don't feel the rush of coolent through the hose, then your waterpump is faulty. If your car quits overheating, but your heater hoses don't get hot, then they are probably stopped up at the point where they connect to the engine. Its a common area for gunk, rust, and corrosion to build up.

Dec 09, 2013 | 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix

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What is a good replacement for Dex Cool Antifreze/ Coolant?


You can use any coolent that is universal just make sure it says will mix with any type coolent I use the universal violent from oreilys works great.a

May 02, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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MY 2004 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT IS OVERHEATING I FLUSHED IT NEW COOLENT AND NEW THERMASTAT AND IS STILL OVERHEATING WHAT SHOULD I DO?


Run water over the radiator while it is still running and see if the temprature goes down. Likely your radiator is stuffed up. A rod out done by a radiator shop will save a lot of money.

Jun 04, 2011 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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WHAT TPE OF COOLENT DO I USE IN MY 2004 GRAND PRIX GT


DexCool. However, if you completely flush the entire coolant system clean, you can use whatever you want. GM recommends, and will only warranty the engine, DexCool as the coolant.

DexCool is only a few bucks more per gallon, and your car only hold about 2 gallons total. I just flushed my car and used Havoline brand DexCool. Just make sure whatever brand you buy, it say DexCool on it. And make sure that you either premix it to be 50/50 coolant/water, or buy the premixed stuff. Like I said, you'll need about 2 gallons of mixed 50/50 if you flushed the engine out.

Nov 02, 2010 | 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix

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Washer fluid in the coolent


if u didn't run the engine no, just use a hose and flush tank, if u did run the engine just drain and refill the radiator with 50/50 solution of long life antifreeze, also flush the coolant reservoir with a hose as well..

Apr 08, 2009 | 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix

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