Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Have a compression test done to determine head gasket or cracked head . Check that the fan is operational . IF viscous fan hub and the over heating occurs at idle at lights etc the replace the viscous hub. Have the radiator flow tested for blocked cores and if blocked replace it as flushing is a waste of time . Check hoses and if the hose is soft and enlarged past the clamps then replace them. Have the thermostat removed and checked for correct operation
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