COOLANT REPLACEMENT

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix

Tiny

reliford

August, 6, 2009 AT 1:55 PM

Engine Cooling problem
2002 Pontiac Grand Prix 6 cyl Front Wheel Drive Automatic 107000 miles

I have to replace coolant in my car every 3 days. The temperture gauge doesn't indicate that it's hot, there are no leaks. Could this be a thermostat or water pump problem?

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1 Answer

Tiny

mmprince4000

August, 8, 2009 AT 9:34 AM

It is either leaking it or burning it, is it blowing puffs of white smoke out exhaust?

First perform a compression test, if OK, then pressure test the cooling system.

If compression test shows 1 or 2 low readings, the do not perform cooling system test, you have a bad headgasket, intake gasket.

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