Question about 2004 Pontiac Grand Am
If you are to change the engine coolant first be sure that the engine is cool. Remove the radiator cap and unscrew the drain plug of the radiator "pet-****" located either on the bottom or low side of the radiator, Once the radiator is empty, fill again with water and run the engine. Repeat this process if necessary. Wait till it cools and drain again. Ad the coolant as per manufacturer's guidelines and complete with water. This should clean your engine coolant as well as your reservoir.
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