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Over heating changed thermastat still over heating

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How is your water pump.

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I have a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT that keeps Overheating. I've changed the Water pump, Radiator, Rehotwired the fans to alway come on right when I start the car and only go off when I kill it. It


With a over heating problem the first place you always check is the thermastat.Thermastats ALWAYS go.
In fact every two years I change the thermastat wether or not it needs it just to be safe than sorry,I live in a snow belt and nothing worst than having no heat in the winter.
Something else you might keep in mind, over heating can do allot of damage most people don't consider, the transmission lines are connected to the radiator which cool the transmission

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when changing the thermastat was there oil there also? Sounds like you have a blown head gasket, sorry

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You may also want to check and see if the thermastat is working.If the thermastat is stuck open in cold weather car will take forever to warm up.This controlls the water flo from the engine to radiator.this will also make car run much colder(temp gauge will not register much change).

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check the coolant level and make sure you have enough antifreeze and also the thermastat may need to be changed but check the coolant level first and also let the car run to temp while adding coolant to make sure you get all air bubbles out because the thermastat will not open if there is bubbles in the system

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