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What might cause overheating in a 1994 Chevrolet Beretta?

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2017-09-22 05:22:09
2017-09-22 05:22:09

The thermostat could be stuck closed, or the radiator fan may not be working. I would recommend if your Beretta is not working I would take it into a shop to take a look at it, as they do have two sensors one for the fan and one for the temperature gauge.

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2009-04-06 18:54:16
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the thermostat could be stuck closed or the radiator fan is not working. check the fuse or the temp sensor, but be careul because the 94 have 2 sensors. 1 for the fan and 1 for the temp gauge.

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