Pontiac Grand Am
Hello, I have a 95 Grand am. It started leaking antifreeze and progressively got worse.I finally got to the problem. The timing chain cover gasket(I'm Guessing that's what it's called)was leaking. If you stand to the passenger side of the car which would be the front of the motor the left port hole of the coolant hole of the block, and timing chain cover was where the leak was. Well needless to say I finally got it all torn down which was a huge job.I can only work on it when I get time. With that being said I cannot remember where, what size, so on, all of the different bolts go. So I have been looking for a exploded view of a 3.1 motor with no luck and I have'nt been able to find another 3.1 to compare too. Any website or anything you can do would be greatly appreciated!
June 4, 2006.
June 4, 2006.
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