Question about Pontiac Grand Am
Check the water coolant level because some of the hot water goes into the heater radiator behind the dash. Seems you have air in the system.
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
It sounds like you may have a small air leak in your cooling system that is trapping air, and you can hear it gurgling through your heater core. I would keep an eye on your coolant level, and also you can rent a pressure tester from Auto Zone that you can hook up to your overflow tank and test your system for leaks. Most likely you will be able to tell where its leaking from, or see if its holding pressure like it's supposed to. Just follow the procedure closely and don't overpressurize the system.
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