Question about 1997 Pontiac Bonneville
Replaced radiator, water pump, hoses and thermostate. Heater core is by passed due to leak. I'm at my wits end. Help!
It seems that the water lines in your engine block has got a lot of sedimentation. Try a mixture or liquid which is locally available for unclogging your water lines. Maybe Muratic Acid/Combinations might work or use off the shelf available which will reove these scaling. Once the water passage is clean then the engine at large will not overheat and neither will you blow the hosepipes which are bursting now due to overheating in pockets causing steam to be generated. So basically you have to get your engine block water cooling lines to be cleaned of sedimentation and calcification. Once removed your engine will not overheat. Finalyy to finish off pput new hosepipes to avoid it failing due to execesses of the earlier condition......sodeep
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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