Overheating 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix?

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Asked by Sep 10, 2015 at 11:55 PM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GT1

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I replaced elbows, thermostat, when
problem first started i heard a pop in
da hood i open it to find coolant
everywhere up to car started smoking
and begin to overheat since ive
replaced the thermostat and elbows
now i notice smoke out of the
tailpipes and leakage from the
mufflers car starts and drives but
soon overheats PLEASE HELP is it the
water pump? Intake manifold? And
please dont say blowb head gasket?

6 Answers

3,755

there is pressure in the water system, blown head gasket

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140

So check the pressure first? Any case its the water pump?

140

Or intake manifold everything is pointing at head gasket SUCCS!!!

3,755

YES THATS BAD KEEP ME POSTED

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19,550

Sorry to say also sounds like a head gasket but there is something you can try with no promises and at this point it is worth a try. Bars cooling system stop leak. If it does not work first time do not continue to add more hoping it will work that is when you can clog up the cooling system.

4,195

Actually 2 applications of Bars Leak is fine. I needed a second one to seal up the leaks in my '03 GP. If your gaskets are not leaking too badly that may well work and save you a ton of money. I solved my coolant loss problem with Bars Leak 5 years ago and so far have not had to change the gaskets.

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