Question about Pontiac Grand Am
The thermostat is responsible to activate the fan whenever the engine temperature reaches 1/2 way through on the indicator. It does not matter if you are sitting in traffic or not here, but if you mentioned that when you sit in traffic you notice temperature going up then it seems that either your thermostat is not sending the signal to the fan or else you have a faulty fan.A quick fix would be to disconnect the wiring to the thermostat which will make your fan run permanently. It's safe to prevent an engine from overheating or else you may have permanent damage to it.Hope this helps.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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