No paticular order. Head gasket, cracked head, cooling fan not running because of bad fan or sensor, plugged radiator, bad radiator cap, system air locked, leaves or something blocking the front of the radiator,
head gasket, low oil or antifreeze, malfunctioning fans.
Lack of coolant in the radiator. Fan not working. Not enough oil.
the thermostat will be under the THERMOSTAT HOUSING, which is where the TOP radiator hose fits on ie(radiator to thermostat housing) this keeps the engine at an OPTIMUM temperature BUT can be A cause of OVERHEATING IF malfunctioning
if the pump and thermostat have been replaced on a 2001 malibu and it overheats and the heat doesnt work now but the air does. do it need bleeding still , will air in the line still cause that problem...
i would like to know what would cause the miss firing in Chevy Malibu
There can be several things that will cause your 2003 Chevy Malibu to run rough and not shift into fourth here. The probable cause is a lack of fuel. Due to a bad fuel injector.
Yes, and that will cause shifting issues.
Rods and Rocker arms were the problem with my Malibu after changing lifters
You can tell if the transmission, in your 1998 Chevy Malibu, is going bad. If there is a whining or clunking noise. The transmission might cause your engine to install when you are stopped with your foot on the brake.
A bad cylinder head gasket.
Check the Malibu crank position sensor and coil pack. One of these is the most likely cause of the loss of fire.
fan or thermostat not working
A faulty crank sensor would cause no spark and no fuel.
The most likely cause is a broken wire or blown fuse.
the most probable cause is, there is air in system, bleed brakes
because the engine in that car does not cool down
Check the lower intake gasket, or the thermostat...
sounds like you need a good flush,of system.and change anti-freeze! check and make sure water pump is circulating coolant!! first.
The thermostat is stuck open.
Tire(s) out of balance/old, bent wheel, etc.
cylinder 5 missfire detected. could be plug, wire, or bad coil...