Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have a 2004 Grand Prix. I was almost home with my car and as I went up a steep hill the alarm went off I looked at the alert. I looked at the temperature gage and it was to the end. After a few seconds the alarm went off and the engine cooled down to close to the middle of the temp range and did not go back to the danger area. When I turned off the car after driving about 1 mile coolant container still had some coolant in it but not much. Do I need to get a new car?
NO ADD MORE COOLANT.THAT WHY CAR OVER HEATED.LOW COOLANT.ADD MORE COOLANT.CHECK FOR LEAKING RADIATOR HOSES AND CHECK AROUND THE RADIATOR FOR LEAKS LIKE LOOK DOWN BETWEEN RADIATOR AND COOLANT FANS FOR LEAKS.AND LOOK ON BOTH SIDES OF RADIATOR FOR LEAKS.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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