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If your 2000 Chevy Malibu was put in the shop for an intake leak it is still running hot after seals water pump and recovery tank replaced What could be the problem?

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2015-07-16 18:19:16
2015-07-16 18:19:16

CHANGE THE THERMOSTAT

Make sure you don't have air in the hoses!!

You may also need so flush your radiator. Sometimes it gets clogged and wont allow water to circulate. But can usually tell this before hand as it will overheat then cool down continously as the junk tends to break loose once in a while.

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I have a 2000 Malibu and I am having the same problem. There is an electrical problem. I have yet to figure out how to solve it, but turning on the AC blows the fuse. Ive had the instrument cluster replaced, so dont go and do that, because your car will still do the same thing. Your BCM (Body Control Module) may need to be replaced, or it is just a bad wiring. If you have replaced your battery, that may be a part of the problem. I know this information is not much, but hopefully it will help. I have a 2000 Malibu and I am having the same problem. There is an electrical problem. I have yet to figure out how to solve it, but turning on the AC blows the fuse. Ive had the instrument cluster replaced, so dont go and do that, because your car will still do the same thing. Your BCM (Body Control Module) may need to be replaced, or it is just a bad wiring. If you have replaced your battery, that may be a part of the problem. I know this information is not much, but hopefully it will help.


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