No heat .new water pump.thermastat. no heat 1997 grand am 2.4

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Asked by Nov 27, 2013 at 12:32 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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overheating?

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coolant green or like turkey gravy?

perhaps the t-stat was put in upside-down...this can happen on certain cars~

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Are the heater hoses hot?

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No radiator is cold

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After driving 3 hours it is cold

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Heater hoes r not hot

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Heeater core is not leaking radiator is clean.

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If the heater hoses and radiator are not hot, then you are getting zero circulation. Even if there is air trapped in the system you would get SOME coolant circulation, so you have a blockage somewhere. Bad T-stat, bad water pump, collapsed hose interior, blocked manifold, wrong water pump gasket.

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I cee a hose that is twisted. A little that goes to the heater core car never over heats

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