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What's your problem?where is the air bleeder valve on a 99 oldsmobile intrigue 3.5

I changed the water pump and thermostat but its still overheating

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1999 oldmobile intrigue over heating. Heat not blowing hot

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get yourself a wiring diagram to see what powers up the relay, it is a fuse, have you checked the fuses? also these pumps short out and that is why it is not working and blown out the circuit, replace it before you do anthing, also remember that the pump is powered up by the PCM only during cold start, so 99% of the time it has no power to it.

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The ambient temperature sensor going bad causes this exact problem. I've replaced many of them because when they show outside temp as being below 60 degrees, the A/C control module will shut the compressor off.

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usually just follow the upper radiator hose. it should be at the end of it.

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It's probably something much easier and cheaper than that. Have you checked the cooling fan control? It reads the coolant temp, sends info to computer, which signals the cooling fan to go on and off as needed. So, is the fan going on as the temp goes up? If not , check the fan motor and the cooling fan control. Let me know how u make out.

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i would, get them from dealer, this way you get the right parts, i checked a couple of places also and no luck also, dealer can order parts if they dont stock them, if you want try rock i just checked and they can get it.there are two types of engines so make sure you select the right one, good luck hope this is helpful.

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