Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
I have a slow coolent leake on the pasenger side of the car,it looks like it is running down the fire wall on the passanger side under the hood. this problem is in a 1996 pontiac grand am. the heater core was changed a few years back. could the heater hoses be bad? how do you change them?
Hi , if you lift up your passenger side floor carpet and check underneath if there any coolant. If it`s dry you know the leak is in the engine bay ,if it`s wet could be either inside or outside of the firewall. In the engine bay check the hose clamps on both side of the hose if you can tight them or if one a those spring clamps try to reposition them. If you have hose clamp right at the firewall then you can easily change the hoses otherwise you have to access it from under or worst case behind the dash. Hope that helps.
Posted on May 29, 2009
Your heater is bad replace it gm makes those heater cores really poorly and they are a pain in the *** to replace i did it to mine 4 hours
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
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