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I have a 06 Chevy Malibu lt. 4 cylinder engine. I drive 100 miles round trip to work and home everyday. About once a week I get a low coolant light on. I have to add about 1 cup then. Took it to the shop. They did a pressure Check and block test. Everything was ok. Still having the problem. Any advise would be greatly Appriciated. It has 137,000. Added about 2 gallons in the past month and a half.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Have the DIS module checked and the coil pack for cyl 3. If either/both of those need replaced, have it done and have the codes cleared. Then see if it clears the others.
You may need a TPS (throttle position sensor) as well.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
Problem with this is that it could be a number of things, have ur water pump checked, open the radiator and see if there is water running through it, a bad or plugged thermostat, in this case it does sound like a blown head gasket. id suggest flushing the radiator with some cleaner that u can buy at the store and check n see if ur thermostat is stuck, hope for the best and expect the worst
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
the VW beetle has a plastic radiator, where the cap is if you look to the front of that it does a 90, it is cracked there. Here is the fun part, with a throx wrench ( I think it was a T-30) take apart the fenders and front bumper. At the auto parts store there is a plastic tank repair kit, the kit includes resign,fiber glass cloth, and a stick. You will need to rough up the crack as it is right where it angles and lay on the cloth and resign. Let it dry and it will not leak from there again. Good Luck Tim
Posted on Sep 23, 2010
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