On the dash board display you will see a red light in the form of a downward arrow pointing to water. Eventually the car will overheat if not serviced immediately. Careful though. Most auto repair shops will try to con you into purchasing a new timing chain with tensioners which can be very costly. Timing belts or chains are not always worn to the point of replacement. On mine, the belt would squeal when I first started the engine. Oh yea, that puddle of coolant under the water pump was a clue also.
need to know where the water pump in at on a 1999 Pontiac grand am
i just want to know how to remove the flywheel on a 1007 Grand AM Pontiac
Pontiac Grand ams dont have an inertia switch, actually no GM cars that i know of have them.
Need to know what model Pontiac, it makes a difference.
if you have the manual you should know
Don't know, would like to know.
To answer this i will need to know whatsize engine you have.
i dont know . you gotta figure out how to do it yourself.
i dont know trying to find the answer my self
open hood and look on top of transaxle..black, flat switch..3x6 inches..no way that i know of to bypass..djones1..pontiac dealership
Why wouldn't it? There is NO difference between a 1999 and a 2000, as of right this second i have a 1999 Pontiac grand am with a 3.4 liter (what your looking at right now) and built it from ground up. I know plenty about cars.
If the car is over heating or if a sound that shouldn't be there can be heard due to worn out pump bearings.