2005 Pontiac GTO Q&A
2005 Pontiac GTO Question: Overheating
I wonder if the thermostat is sticking or the temperature gauge is just inaccurate. A repair shop will use a non contact inferred temperature gun to detect the actual temperature around the radiator, thermostat housing to see the real operating temperature of the engine. No coolant loss is a good signs, cooling fans coming on also good. Using a non contact infer-red temp gun to verify running temperature should be an easy in expensive test. - patrick mannion
Did you find out why your GTO was overheating? I also have a 05 GTO that says it's over heating after it idles for a while like at stops signs or heavy traffic. I rev the engine once and it goes down. Thanks for the help! My email is firstname.lastname@example.org - Visitor
...verheated again replaced thermostat again cooling fan came on it was fine and 2 days later its overheating again the cooling fan comes on any ideas
A coolant leak may develop from the water pump. This can result in an engine overheating condition. A leaking water pump will require replacement.
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