Question about 2004 Pontiac Bonneville
I just bought a 1999 pontiac grand prix gtp and today I took out for a spin and I noticed the temperature gauge not getting any higher than 160 and I know it has gotton to its normal spot before and it doesnt go down after I turn off the car and allow it to sit and cool down. Is this a bad thing thanks David
160 is a common temperature for a thermostat but the sticking is a problem.
I assume this is an analog gauge? Is there no movement at all?
If there isn't, then the gauge itself has failed and will require replacement. It's rare that these primative gauges fail but it can happen.
Posted on Jan 19, 2009
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