how common is it for the headgasket to go in the 2004 Grand am?

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Asked by Mar 29, 2008 at 09:31 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Am SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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common repair. poor design

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Yes, unfortunately it's a regular thing with these cars.

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Poor gasket design. Use Fel-Pro problem solver gaskets. It is a metal gasket that the dexcool will not eat through

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its an issue with all GM late model FWD 3.8L V-6 cars supercharged and non supercharged. and it actually an intake manifold issue as well. so expect to have to replace that as well

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Its actually on the 3400, and its the lower intake manifold gasket. There is a lawsuit against GM about it, and you can get some money back if you've had it replaced by a shop. My car has been done twice already and it only has 40k miles on it.

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i had tp replace the lower intake manifold gaskets and it cost a fortune do you have any more info on how to get reimbursed

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