Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Your Nozzle is probably plugged. I've found that to be the case most times. I work for a oil company and have found when people run out it tends to pull crudd from the bottom of the tank and plugs the nozzle. and while you're at it, you should change the oil filter and pump strainer. Good luck. If your unsure how to do any of the repairs I highly suggest you call a service guy to do it for you. Oil burners can be very dangerous, and can be a supplier of carbon monoxide in your home. Be carefull.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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