my 2004 grand prix gtp is over heating??

Asked by Aug 17, 2015 at 09:01 AM about the 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

i have replaced the coolant sensor the thermostat and the coolant elbows...should i replace radiator or try to get a flush first??

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I would go with a good flush, do it two times and see what happens, Did you check the pump to make sure its working correctly ?

i changed the water pump too. sorry left that out after i changed that thats when my coolant elbows busted.

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And make sure you don't have air trapped in the system. Air pockets in the system will cause overheating issues.

How do you get the air out of the system

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There is a bleeder valve on or near the thermostat housing. It can be a bit tricky getting all the air out. I've heard filling the system with the nose of the car pointed uphill helps a little, but I haven't tried it so don't know if its true or not. When all else fails it is sometimes worth the money to have a shop equipped with the proper vacuum tool do it because it simply won't cool properly if its not filled properly.

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