not only.does it spit and sputter also ran hot need help

Asked by Nov 08, 2014 at 04:19 PM about the Pontiac Grand Am

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Don't know why to do

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Check oil color. Does it look like a milkshake? Does coolant look like oil? Is it smoking white smoke? If answer yes to any of these probably blown head gasket.

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Get your transmission fluid changed and checked for leaks. Old dirty transmission fluid leaking is a common cause of overheating often over looked. It can save you a few thousand in gasket repairs or replaced engines.

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