This could happen for certain reasons and you can just make a check list. First of all check to see if you have the proper amount of antifreeze in your radiator. Check to see if your radiator is free of any debris or obstacles that might be in the way of letting the air go through. Incorrect timing can be a factor to high engine temps too. Lastly, I would check the aux,fan switch. Your fan should be coming on automatically when it reaches a certain temperature, which is monitered by the sensor switch. When that is not working properly, it will cause high engine temps too. That switch should be located by the upper radiator hose that connects to the engine. Unplug and unscrew. New one should go in reverse order. Good luck!!!
Try changing the themometer
A lack of water in your cooling system will cause your 2002 Pontiac Sunfire to overheat. A malfunctioning thermostat can also cause it to overheat.
low coolant levels
No, a clogged heater core will not make it overheat. A leaking heater core will.
Check to make sure the fan clutch is engaging.
Sounds like an overdrive problem. The transmission is kicking in and out of overdrive causing it to overwork and get too hot. turn the overdrive off and try it.
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your cooling fans are not kicking in. They make have clutches that have gone bad. they need to be replaced. Also check the themostat
Blockage in the cooling system No or little fluid in the cooling system Radiator fan not working
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Only if it begins to overheat.
drive it without coolant
friction of moving parts is usually the culprate. The combustion of fuel vapors will also add a considerable amount of heat to the metal components. Improper cooling will cause the vehicle to overheat
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Stuck thermostat, clogged radiator.
The thermistat could be bad, check to make sure the fan is kicking on.
No, not an alternator itself. A slipping belt driving the alternator and the water pump could though.
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Not likely but possible.
Running it for long amounts of time, being in a dry environment, not having an intercooler, or any combination of the three.
It could, but I'd start by checking the timing. If it's off the car will overheat, and that's easy to adjust. Heater cores are a grade-A pain to replace because you have to take apart the dash to get to them.