Question about 1998 Pontiac Grand Am
I have a 1998 Pontiac grand am, 6 cylinder, there is no sign of coolant leaking from the radiator or any of the hoses so i went underneath and there is this little tube that doesn't attatch to anything... kinda looks like an overflow pipe... it's pouring all my coolant out of there... the intake hose is warm but the hos ethat circulates the fluid back is not... i'm thinking theres a problem with the heater core that it's coming out the overflow pipe? But i'm not sure... I need help please...
Engine cooling should be a close circuit. there should have not over flow. however, the is a over flow container in the from of the car to catch any overflow.
the little tube may be the overflow tube that suppose to go to the overflow container.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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