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I want to replace sensor and its in an area that is not easy to get to with certain tools.
It is behind the air bag I want to say
After draining the car started and then when added coolant it stopped again. Water in 6,4,3 which is weird. gonna pull intake and perhaps head gaskets. Just dont understand why the leaks are on two different heads.
The A/C unit does not work. I tried to add refig. but can't get the compressor to Engage.
went thru a lot of water and car stalled. I have replace the starter car will not start
IS A PONTIAC GRAND AM 2004 AND CHANGE THE RADIATOR COOLANT CHANGE AND KNOCK SENSOR AND PERSIST TERMOSTSTO OVERHEATING PLEASE ADVISE ME WHAT ELSE TO DO
the engine overheats and the fan will not start
car stars fine but when I shut the car down I I open the door and leave the car the radio still plays,the batterie and oil pressure light stays on and iam scared to drain the battery so I unplug the negative cable off...
is it normal when your key is out of the ignition and you get out of the car and you have a security and battery and some sort of motor signals in the dash by the speedometer.i have to disconnect the negative cable on...
it is in the front of the car its not coming from the pan...its coming either the starter or right above it its leaking pretty bad
It seems to stop making the noise after going a few yards almost like it has warmed up or lubricated itself. Any ideas what to check and how much it may cost me?
I already have to to get a head gasket job done. the garage never notice why I kept losing antifreeze, until one they I was checking car out and noticed my fans were not kicking on. I bought fan relay and there you go...
i only bought the car about 5 months ago i had to replace the front driver side wheel bearing and thay told me everything is all good but my abs light and track off light is on and now my service vehical soon light is...
car had to much water in the anti freeze. it overheated and now antifreeze is blowing out of the tail pipe.