Engine Cooling problem
2000 Pontiac Grand Am 4 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic
Hi, my car had been overheating and not blowing out any hot air from the heater so I changed the thermostat, that seemed to work for about two hours. Then all the engine coolant started to leak out so I changed the water pump, but in doing so I turned the crank shaft and now when I put the water pump on the car wont start. I was wondering if this was the reason for the car not starting and if by turning the crankshaft while replacing the water pump the car wont start. And also when I was looking for the water pump I managed to take off the air compressor and drained all the oil and freon in the compressor, I know pretty stupid, but I got the right refrigerant r134a and recharged it. But im not sure if the 18oz. Can had enough oil in it. Could the air compressor not having enough oil in it be the reason for the car not to start.
Any info will be SO GREAT.
THANKS YOU GUYS ARE AWESOME!
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Friday, January 23rd, 2009 AT 10:41 AM