Question about Pontiac G6
Runs after engine is off and at times when you start the car
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The remote start won't keep the car from starting.
If you have a check engine light on currently, that will not allow the remote start to function at all.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
there is a fuse in fuse block underhood..but it sounds like a stuck cooling fan relay..is located on pass side front frame rail..you have to remove both headlamps and front bumper cover to access relay
Posted on May 17, 2009
SOURCE: car dies when heater turned on
Assuming your charging system is working properly-You probably have an idle speed control problem. Behind the battery there is an over voltage relay with red top and a 10 amp fuse in it. This relay powers the a.b.s. and the idle speed control unit. Make sure fuse is o,k, and that the relay is not corroded. Next there is 2 micro switches on the throttle linkage(you will have to remove the air cleaner. This switches are tested with an ohm meter and show continuity in one position and open in the other(don't worry if the ohm reading is high).Next to the over voltage relay there is 2 black relays(one fuel pump the other is climate comtrol) The one that says klima is the climate control. Make sure it is not corroded and a lot of times the electrical connector gets bowed and you will lose contact. This relay is really more of a control unit and gives input to the idle and c.i.s. control units as far as the a/c and heater operation. Hopefully I have been helpful
Posted on May 30, 2009
When you mention the radiator having a hot upper in pipe and a cool bottom out pipe tells me that the coolant is not moving around the engine. This could be down to a water pump not working, blocked radiator, thermostat not opening. The bottom hose should be cooler than the top hose but once the engine is up to working temp which is around 85/90 degrees c for an audi the bottom still should be farly hot to touch. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 01, 2009
that's normal when hot, but should't run down the battery. if severly overheats ffnd/fix that problem. the other will probably dissapear . if not excessively hot then the fan heat sensor is faulty....
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
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