Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
I checked the old thermostat and it seems to be working just fine. We went ahead and replaced it but it is still leaking anti-freeze from the other side of the motor.
Hello, I am guessing at which motor you have but its probably the quad four. If you are leaking water on the back of the motor look a the engine cover remove the four bolts and disconnect the electrical connector and look about midways of the back of the head if there is any white caked on looking stuff around the bolts then you have a cracked head.There is no quick fix. Replacing the head is about all you can do. Thank You
Posted on Feb 22, 2009
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