Question about 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix
I have a 01 grand prix with a 3.1 and a few days ago I replaced the coolant temp sensor and then it started running hot and then started bogging. So today I changed the plugs and the wires and it still does the same thing. I was told that it might be the o2 sensor or the fuel filter but I want more advise. Any ideas?
Did you get all the air out of the coolant system?
Why would you change the plugs and wires?
Better yet, don't believe what your told,unless it comes from a professional,who just diagnosed your issues,correctly.
Please tell me why a fuel filter,would cause an overheating issue. Even after 45 years ,I 'am still willing to learn .
What was the original complaint?
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