Question about 1985 Pontiac Sunbird 4 Door
I had my cruise control set to 65MPH when I noticed the car losing speed and the temperature climbing. I got off the nearest exit to check. I saw no signs of leakage (antifreeze). I called AAA to tow me home. Once I got home I tried to start the car but it doesn't turn over. Looks like now I have multiple problems. Any advise?
Ok when a car overheats the metal parts inside the motor expand and that will temporary lock or try to freeze your engine, y will recomend you to try to crak it again when cold, and if this will not help try to jump start the car, if you had a weak battery when this happened most likelly you kill the battery, use a very good size jumper cables or try with a diferent batterie and then have your car diagnose for the overheating problem.
Posted on May 28, 2008
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