Question about 2000 Pontiac Montana
Posted by Anonymous on
Pushing coolant into the reservoir is a symptom of a bad head gasket. Have the coolant check for combustion gasses. Easy test.
Posted on Aug 01, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Either you have not bled the system, or possible fan not working, or head gasket problem. Solution
Step by Step
1. Check both hoses, do both have equal amount of pressure?
2. Run the vehicle where your gauge shows in the middle, shut the vehicle off then open the bleed valve near the heater line and wait till fluid comes out like a steady stream. Make sure you do not go low on coolant.
3. Turn on vehicle, turn on A/C high maximum blow check to make sure both fans are on. We are testing to make sure the fans at least work!.
4. After all this and you are still boiling over make sure your radiator cap is good if not then replace. Last but not least get a block tester to test for exhaust gases in the coolant. Rent one from autozone. $25.00 plus fluid which is about $8.00.
Posted on Sep 15, 2010
you can leave the cap off the same way to check to is if it is circulateing,is your water pump leaking? if your loseing coolent.
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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