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Engine 3.4L Pontiac Grand AM 1999, Looking to fine out what is the name of Water Pump Pressare release Valve to bleed off air from the line of coolent on the Water Pump

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For a 2002 Pontiac Grand AM SE (with 3.4L V6) the correct General Motors Part Number is 10070107 and they describe it as an "Engine Coolant Air Bleed Valve". If you're a dumb*ss like me who dropped the part into the grass and you need another, you have to go to the dealership to get one and it will set you back around $11 to $12. Hope this information helps!

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Coolant air bleeder valve is what I've always known it to be.

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