Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
Are you going by the gauge or is it truly overheating? If you can put a scan tool on it and check the actual temperature you may just find out that you have an electrical wiring issue or cluster problem. If not you need to get a true cooling system flush/backflush to clean out any and all obstructions (possibly in the heater core?) and then re-fill with a good coolant mix with distilled water. You've replaced your other 2 possible causes already
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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