Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
Car is runing hot after i replaced the thermostat
Open the housing and make sure the SPRING side is facing the ground.
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Posted on Dec 12, 2009
You have either put the new thermostat in the wrong way around ,so it isent opening up so take it out and turn it up the correct way(spring looking part to the bottom) engine side,
OR it needs air bleeding from system like turning the heater to hot before filling with antifreeze to get out the air from the heater when you start and run.. Ron
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