Question about 1997 Saturn SL
I have a 1997 Saturn Sl1 that has just recently had a new engine put in. The car started to over heat and check engine lights came on, and the heater went out. I was told that it is probably leaking coolant. I had "fix-a-leak" put in and then refilled with new coolant. It is still overheating and heat will not work. What could the problem be without paying for a diagnosis?
If there is no heat coming from the vents i would bleed the coolant system for air, usually trapped air in the system will cause this lack of heat.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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