Question about 1995 Pontiac Grand Am
I have a coolant leak at the rear bottom of the engine. It is right around where the hoses go into the heater core. Just not enough room to get a good look at it, so I am having trouble finding the leak. Was wondering if this is a problem that is usual on Grand Ams with over 125,000 miles? I cannot see or feel the freeze plugs either, so I cannot tell if one of them is leaking or missing, I am trying to get the exhaust pipe off, but am having trouble with that as well. HELP! Any suggestions?
Those heater core are made of plastic pipe they go in and aluminium radiator i seen that a million time the plastic at the jointion of radiator crack if it not that the block heater there in the back there more likely to leak then the frost plug lift the car up as mush as you can dont trust does jack put a safety leg under our never to carefull apply pressure on the prestone you should see the leak let me know good luck pierre
Posted on Jun 29, 2008
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