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Question about 1998 Chevrolet Malibu Open Question I have a problem? with my Malibu to reach the temperature of 100 degrees antifreeze is pulled from the warehouse Whether you change temperature , radiator and tank sensor and nothing.
100C? is boiling temperature of pure water,sea level.
Normal temp is 87C. with anitfreeze the coolant boils at
132C. (under 12psi cap pressure)
over heating has many causes.
coolant not tool low? levels? inside RAD actual, dead cold.
try a new cap and new thermostat first , they are cheap.
very eazy go to parts store and buy ac kit , but first check if it requires Freon 112 or 134-a if it is 112 you'll need a conversion kit that includes an adaptor for this no matter witch one it is it is ment to go on the LOW pressure side only follow all directions and you'll soon be cool
had same thing happen on my 92 el dorado. problem is at the blower control power relay the 2 plug connectors or the connector for the blower fan. theree is a flow chart to test the voltages going to these connector in the factory shop manual, for a 92 el dorado on page 1C-17 if I remember correctly. if voltages check ok then make sure plugs are securely plugged in. if still does not work, then it's the blower control power relay. good luck!
I would check the wiring between the oil pressure sensor and the computer. The computer is reading low or no pressure, hence the warning light. If your mechanic is telling the truth about the pressure and the pressure sensor is good, that is the only thing it could be.
northstar? is located on driverside wher the water pump is right infront of the radiator. it has 2 10mm bolts holding the thermostat in place. the engin coolant temp sensor is located on the driver side on the motor towards the fire wall
transmission fluid "bleeding" internally at low clutch piston,when fluid leaks past the piston seal there is not enough apply pressure for the drive clutches to apply,sometimes depending on size of leak you can rev the engine to build up enough pressure to apply drive hope this helps good luck