How much is a thermostat for a Pontiac Grand Am?
between $575 and $615
The average cost for a Pontiac Grand Am thermostat replacement is between $575 and $615. Labor costs are estimated between $152 and $192 while parts are priced at $423.
Where is the thermostat located on a 2002 Grand Am?
Follow the upper radiator hose back to where it enters the engine block. Your thermostat would be located in the housing that the hose is attached to. It may require removal of other engine parts to access. 5 people found this helpful.
Where is the thermostat on a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix?
Follow the top radiator hose back to the engine .. The thermostat is under that metal housing the hose connects to .. Now > IF it is the 3.1L engine, strongly suggest getting some qualified hands-on help as it is a tough one! ….
How much is a thermostat for a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am?
We currently carry 3 Thermostat Housing products to choose from for your 2000 Pontiac Grand Am, and our inventory prices range from as little as $13.99 up to $102.33.
How much is a thermostat for a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am?
Note that some cars have more than one cooling system thermostat and both might need replacement….
|2004 Pontiac Grand AmV6-3.4L
|Service typeCar Thermostat Replacement
|Shop/Dealer Price$345.89 – $453.54
Where is the thermostat located Pontiac Grand Prix?
Follow the upper radiator hose from where it leaves the radiator to where it enters the engine block on top of the engine. This is where the thermostat will be located. You’ll need to remove the hose and the housing (2-3 bolts) that covers the thermostat to replace it.
Why is my Pontiac Grand Prix overheating?
The most common reasons a Pontiac Grand Prix is overheating are a coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.), the radiator fan, or a failed thermostat. Coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.)
Where is the thermostat located in a 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix?
Where is the coolant sensor on a 2004 Pontiac Grand Am?
The coolant temperature sensor on your 2004 Pontiac Grand Am is located in the intake manifold, right next to the thermostat housing.