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Bert45

Denver, CO

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The problem with my car this is a knocking and I am not sure where it is coming from. Second I recently got an oil change along with the filter and spark plugs replaced with the air filter replaced. Now if I drive my car for a long distance over 10 miles when I come to a stop light the oil pressure light starts to flash or the oil pressure light and other lights come on an the car just stops and from time to time my check in light comes on. I tried to have that checked at Auto Zone but they say my car is to old. I don't know what else to do. I was that I should have had a oil flush because not my oil is dirty again. Help.


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I have made sure there is no air in the hose. The radiator and coolant tank fluid is where it is suppose to be. I have no wiring harness in front of the intake manifold. The low coolant light still comes on. Is there any thing that I can do.


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What is the wiring harness and where is the intake manifold. I know this sounds stupid but I am just learning this car. I have not had it long.


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The Radiator Coolant Sensor is the one I replaced. Is there any other Coolant Sensors.At Autozone they also had a Coolant Temperature Sensor and I don't know where to locate that one on my car. How long do you have to bleed the hose before you know all the air is out. We did this quite few times Sunday and the Low Coolant Light still comes on.


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Where is the Coolant Sensor located we have tried taking the air out.


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I had a problem with my coolant leaking.Corrected that problem but the Low Coolant light still comes on after the car is started and runs for a minute. What else needs to be done.


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I now know that for my windows all I have is a circuit breaker not fuses, and nothing is wrong with it. I can still hear the motor running when you press the button. What would be the other problem that could cause my windows to fail. It is going to be a long hot summer if I can't get some answer to my problem. I need to have an idea so that if I have to take my car to the shop I won't sound stupid.


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I called a Pontiac Dealer and gave him the number on what I though was the fuse and he didn't have it in stock but told where I could get it. My problem is that he told me it was a circuit breaker. I now need to know where I find the fuse for the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix. I am an Senior Citizen who does not have much money so before I think about taking this to the shop I am trying to find all I need to know so that I will be educated.


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Took the fuse out of my car and went to 4 different auto parts stores to try and buy one on of the stores carry this fuse. Outside of going to a Dealership and paying a fortune where can I find the fuse so I can see if it is the fuse that is causing the problem


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I have lost the use of all four of my windows and I have had to put card board and other things to keep them up. Why did this happen?


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