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Re: Seeking advise on the Front hood and fenders of a...
If it was me i would go to a salvage yard and check with them because for the most part they have computers or books stating which car fits what and also here is a place to call that sells only GM parts 1-800-292-1032
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take your plastic shroud off between hood and front winshield . clean out leaves and deris so rain water or any water can drain out under front fenders instead of inside your car. water can and will damage your resistor module next to your heater blower fan. one example of this is fan works only on high speed only ..
The radiator is in the front of the car under the hood behind the grille. It will be rectangular shaped and have a fan set to blow against it. It will have a cap on the top. DO NOT REMOVE THE CAP WHILE THE ENGINE IS HOT. Beside the radiator is another rectangular shaped item that looks like the radiator but is the condensor for the air conditioner. It does not have a cap on top and is in front of the radiator.
The drain for the radiator is on the lower part. After draining be sure to close the drain before refilling.
Refill the overflow bottle as well. AFTER you refill, let the engine run for about a minute while topping off the radiator so any air will work out of the system. Then install and tighten radiator cap.
When you drain the radiator, dispose of the fluid according to local regulations or recycling center. Do not allow animals to drink any of it. It's poisonous.
You can get an auto repair manual from library, auto parts stores or the internet.
if it is a belt in the tire, when you slide your hand over the tire you would feel a bulge that feels like a air bubble. if not than you need to have them check the wheel bearing and the power steering rack.
Try cleaning your grounds under the hood: under Ignition Module bracket, rf fender behind battery and lf fender in front of windshield washer fluid bottle. I had similar problem and this fixed it.....grounds are very important for computer. I used a carbon conductive grease on the connections to keep them from oxidizing. Hope this helps you out.