Question about Pontiac Grand Prix
Sounds like u have lost engine oil pressure and the oil pump is not working, let the tech do his job, he has hands on and i am just guessing here, a guess i might add based on 35 years of automotive repair in GM dealers and others. As far as the smell goes that is most likely just the smell of oil and other stuff burning off the exhaust and engine, there is a slight possibility the timing belt was not installed correctly or it is rubbing on something, that has happened. Did this guy test drive this car before he gave it back to u?
Posted on Jun 04, 2010
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