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My opel astra 1.8 is overheating did change waterpump and check the hoses and put a new termostat.in but still cannot find find the problem for overheating

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SOURCE: 1999 chevy cavalier keeps overheating,

these cars are notorious for that.It needs to be "burped" when your car is cold then open the resivoir(coolant).Start the car .As it warms you will notice the tank level will rise.Do not let it boil over!! when it starts to get warm then turn the car off and watch for bubbles in the resivior.add more coolant as the bubbles come out .repeat until no more bubbles come up.The problem with these cars is that an air pocket forms in the water pump.

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