Question about 1994 Saturn Sl
Ok lets try to figure it out. FIRST OFF. SATURNS ARE NOTORIOUS FOR BLOWN HEAD GASKETS. REMOVE THE THERMOSTAT AND REPLACE THE HOUSING WITHOUT A NEW ONE. START THE CAR AND DRIVE TO SEE IF TEMP. IS NORMAL NOW. IF NOT AND STILL OVERHEATS CHECK FOR BLOWN HEAD GASKET. REMOVE OIL CAP AND LOOK UNDER THE CAP FOR MILKY RESIDUE, IF SO ENGINE WORK IS NEEDED.
Posted on Dec 26, 2008
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