That is not a question, but rather a statement.
It must be at bottom of the radiator, you should a valve responsible for drainage.
look on the lower inside corner of the radiator
They are behind the grill mounted on the radiator support.
already have it loose
were is the crankshaft sensor located on a 1987 Pontiac Grand AM with a 2.5L engine
Take it to the shop:)
Oil filters are located at the bottom of the oil pan, next to a set of screws near the drain plug. It's roughly five to six inches in diameter.
Nothing, the GTA didn't come out until 1987.
Bottom of radiator on driver side. open radiator cap, and turn drain plug at bottom counter clockwise, you should see the water/coolant drain out. Once empty, place water hose on radiator and let it flush for a few minutes or till you see the water come out clear, shut off the water, let radiator drain, screw drain plug back in place and fill radiator with a mixture or 50/50 water/coolant.
The Trans Am GTA was not intruduced until 1987.
The firing order on a 1987 Pontiac Grand Am 3.0 V-6 is 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2. The number one cylinder is on the front left as you face it.
how do i get the air out of my radiator 1987 rx7
There is a plug on the engine right beside the oil filter. This will drain the engine and rad. Or, just remove the lower rad. hose at the thermostat.
To replace the thermostat on a 1987 Nissan pickup, drain the radiator. Locate the thermostat which is under the top hose assembly, and remove the screws holding it in place. Put the new one in position and refill the radiator.
Most of the dashes have printed circuits and they can get cracks or loose grounds.
Under the dash, either on the brake pedal's arm itself, or to the support structure.
First, drain the cooling system, remove the radiator hose, detach Êthe thermostat cover from engine, and remove the thermostat and O-ring seal. Then clean the sealing surface, install the new thermostat and its O-ring seal. Alternately tighten the housing, and connect the radiator hose.Ê
To change the thermostat on a 1987 Chevy van, drain the radiator and locate the thermostat under the upper host assembly. Remove the bolts holding the thermostat in and replace it.
drain remove fan and shroud undo top and bottom hoses and remove about 4 bolts.
Pretty much a bolt in, you will need motor mounts for the 400 Pontiac, the transmission will bolt up since Buick, olds, Pontiac have the same bellhousing. I have found headers from a 1968-1972 GTO will fit with some slight mods. I helped a friend install a 400 Pontiac in a 1981 Grand Prix that had a 231 V6 some years ago, was pretty straight forward. Only real problem we encountered was the car overheated with the thin single row V6 Radiator, that was easily solved with a 3 core radiator.
Pontiac - album - was created in 1987.
the radiator is the lowest point in the system also everyone should have a manual for their vehicle, and the library should have a professional manual available...in the reference section, you'll have to make copies of the important sections...good luck :)
code 32 -1987-Pontiac bonevillecode 32 on 1987 Pontiac Bonneville -means-Baro sensor or circuit(carbureted models)or if(fuel injected model)means-EGR circuit
The Thermostat is right directly above the valve cover. If you follow the top radiator hose towards the engine, the thermostat is there at the end of the hose. Good luck!