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I have replaced the water pump, thermostat and thermostat housing w/ o-ring and also flushed. been driving acouple days not long trips , now the temp light comes on after running for 20mins.....fans come on!!! 1994 buick skylark with 2.3L dont know what to do ??!!?? plz help Thank You..

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    With my '94 skylark, we checked the coolant level, there is no thermostat installed and it is red zoning full time now... should we replace the water pump and if so where is the little bugger located?? Also, have tried running the heater full tilt to let the heat escape that way and it doesn't help any at all.

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Could be the temp sensor. i had the same problem with my grandparents car after they had the water pump replaced.

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