All malibus and impalas have head gasket problems due to dexcool crap. If you replace your head gaskets or gasket use the green prestone!!! tried tested and true. Synthetic antifreeze is a waste of lots of money. Never have i done so many head gaskets in the last few years. 100,000 all youre gonna get out of those GM disposable cars.
An alternator keeps the battery charged in a vehicle. In a 2006 Chevrolet Impala when the alternator fails the battery will keep dying and no power will be available when attempting to start the car.
Buy a thermostat and install it.
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If your 1995 Oldsmobile Aurora keeps overheating and the issue is not the thermostat or the water pump, it could be the cooling fan. It might also be the radiator (leaking) or the hoses between the engine and radiator, or the shroud could be clogged or damaged.
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The cruise sensors have detected a malfuntion and you should probley take it to a Chevrolet Certified Repair Facility.
my 1996 keeps overheating too what the hell is goin on on freaking stupid car good luck partne
You have a virus. Or it is continuously overheating?
it sounds like it's overheating. Check it has coolant fluid in, if so, then it could be the water pump system.
Increases air flow which keeps internal components from overheating.
If it has the 3.5 motor, it may be a matter of bleeding the air out properly. There are several more common causes of overheating.
Replace the Thermostat, and bleed all air from the cooling system.
my 99 vw2.0 L beetle over heat
Not sure if these have one but it could be a bad thermostat.
is it leaking anywhere? Can you be more specific other than overheating. I had the same problem 2 weeks ago. I fixed it.
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Synovial fluid lubricates the joint and helps it create less friction
If your vehicle keeps overheating, you should flush the cooling system, replace the coolant, and replace the thermostat. In fact, you should have done that before this.
Assuming that the vehicle is not losing coolant, start with a radiator cap, pressure could be escaping through the cap. If the car has electric fans, verify that they come on when the vehicle reaches operating temperature. Also a faulty water pump could be a culprit.
Did you check for a leak?
Is the secondary radiator fan coming on when the AC is turned on?
The fan have a very important function.The fan of computer keeps the computer cool and prevent overheating of the pc.
Some possibilities: Cooling system thermostat has failed - water pump is failing or has failed - the radiator is clogged up - incorrect mixture ratio of water to coolant fluid.
Need to know which 20 Amp fuse is blowing.