check engin light

Asked by Feb 20, 2013 at 05:21 PM about the 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: General

i just had my radiator flushed and was told i needed a waterpump but im worried that there might be something else going on because the check engine light is now on

3 Answers

65

I would have it put on an obd2. it might just be an o2 senser.

775

if you just had something done to the coolant system, could be a possible thermostat sticking open or closed, and other issues with the car such as hesitations or poor engine performance? if not scan tool required

7,965

as long as the weep hole is dry under the water pump and it stays within operating temps, it should be fine. also post the codes when u do a scan on the OBD2 computer.

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