Question about 1999 Pontiac Grand Prix
Is it the 4 cylinder motor are you sure its not the waterpump leaking out weap hole ? .It might be one of those sizes that they make the rubber expansion screw tight freeze plugs for if so you knock the old freeze plug out with a hammer and 3/8" extension bar try to flip one side in carefully that causes the other side of the freeze plug to swing out where you can get hold of it with something to yank it out . If its winter and looks like it is going to take hours leave freeze plug IN and you can see of feel the freeze plug " you may be able to drain the radiator first then sandpaper the hole in the freeze plug (where it leaks at) okay go to auto zoan buy a pack of J&B weld (12 hour epoxy) after cleaning the sanded area dry it with lacquer thinner or acetone (nail polish remover) to dry the antifreeze from surface dry mix the J&B weld in two halves (about 2 tablespoons ) on a plastic mix it good ! if its rel cold freezing or below heat it just before smearing it onto the hole (leak ) you may cut a small disc(cardboard) the size of the inside of freeze plug put the mixed J&B onto the disc and smash it down onto the hole area " if you do this right it should be 1/8" or more 3/16" at the hole spot (you sanded) wait for it to dry (harden)all night or a day after words you can refill the radiator with coolant and get it full then you should be good for anywhere from 3 months to 3 years depending on how well you applied the method and other factors (not mentioned ) hope this helps someone of course if you can uses a hammer and socket to drive the original type plug in then do that put some sealer on the hole as you pound it in there you have 3 choices
Posted on Mar 21, 2018
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I had the same problem on the rear door of my 1998 528i and it was the door actuator that had gone bad. I had to take the rear seat out to get the door panel off. Once I had the door panel off it was not that difficult to replace the door actuator.
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Disconnect the electrical plug from the blower motor. Pull the rubber vent hose out of the blower motor.
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