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If your 93 Chevy is still overheating after you have replaced the thermostat what should you check next?

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2015-07-16 18:30:24
2015-07-16 18:30:24

Has the rad ever been flushed? Try that if there is no indication of water pump failure (leaking or venting coolant from pump.)

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Check your coolant levels and make sure it is up to level and decent looking...Coolant (in this case) should be a nice Lime green. Engine Thermostat is probably the most likely cause of overheating...It should be replaced if you haven't already.

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