Question about 2003 Pontiac Grand Am
Do a pressure check on all cylinders. Willing to bet you may have a leaky head gasket. If that proves wrong then check your coolant to see if there is any foamy like substance. If there is then theres a strong possiblity of a cracked block or leaky cylinder head
Posted on Sep 20, 2015
I work on cars. water is getting into your cylinders. sounds like you have a crack in the block and that means HEAD GASKET problems no matter what that other shop told you. TIME for a new car. oops.
Posted on Aug 20, 2015
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