Question about 1995 Pontiac Bonneville
More info would be needed to accurately assist you. the bonnevilles typically had a 3.8 liter engine that had a liquid cooled throttle body assembly. it was common for the gasket between the throttle boty and upper intake manifold to leak. this leak if left unattended for extended period of time could result in low coolant levels, therby causing it to overheat....any time any vehicle overheats..it is wise to replace the thermostat as it can fail as result of overheating....the throttle body is the first component on engine after the large rubber hose of the air filter housing attaches to the engine
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Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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