PONTIAC GRAND AM COOLANT PROBLEM
2005 Pontiac Grand Am • 188,000 miles
My car drives and shifts fine. The normal running temperature it runs at is 200-220. The radiator sometimes makes a large banging and clattering sound, and I can feel it all up in the coolant hose connecting to the engine. The banging is from the radiator hitting the frame of the car, like my coolant is making hit shake. Why is this, and how can I fix it?
March 6, 2013.
March 6, 2013.
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