Question about 1997 Pontiac Grand Am
I have a 1997 Pontiac Grand Am SE 2.4. It recently just dumped all the coolant while I was driving. I pulled over at a gas station and looked in the engine compartment. There is a small rubber "L" shaped tube, or downspout on the firewall on the passenger side just below the rack and pinion. It was POURING out Coolant at a ridiculous rate. It's not leaking int the car, its not leaking at the water pump or at the send a receive hoses for the heater, Just the little down tube. What could the issue be? All the auto zones say water pump and the mechanic said Freeze plug, but he wasn't sure. What should I do here?
Richard's answer is correct. My mechanic used to say that when they build some cars, they start with a heater core and put everything around it. meaning that it's a bear to change. My 1986 Grand Am was like that. Not sure how a 2002 GA is like.
Posted on Apr 07, 2015
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