Radiator

Asked by Mar 01, 2016 at 06:32 PM about the 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix 4 Dr GT Sedan

Question type: General

The front left side of my radiator is seeping
Antifreeze Right by the coils..  I top the antifreeze
off like 4times a week..  the exhaust on the car
seems to of gotten louder..  it is smoking where
the antifreeze is seeping taking in about 3/4 of the
gallon of antifreeze at a time..  the temputure
gauge goes up but not all the way to the red..  and
when I turn off the car I can hear like a hissing
sound coming from the radiator..  any idea what
this may be..

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The radiator needs to come out for repair. Do not let it over-heat! Either take the radiator out yourself or bring it to a shop for repair. Sometimes the radiator is in too bad of shape for repair thus requiring a new one. But thats no problem to get.

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