Question about 2005 Chevrolet Impala
Gets even hotter if you turn on the heat
1.check coolant level---must open bleed valve above thermostat when adding coolant. 2. Are fans radiator fans running when car ovrheats & is air comming off of radiator hot? 3. Check/Replace thermostat. 4. There is a plastic elbow that connects from the intakke manifold to the engine block on the passenger side of car that arrre notorioous for cracking / leaking.... 5. The heater core on `05 Impala does not close when heater is turned off so does not benifit overheating by turning heater on.
Posted on Jan 13, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: My heat In my car
sounds like its down to the last resort ,drain antifreeze then refill with cold water and add about 300grms of caustic soda ,drive around for a day or so then as soon as heater starts to work ,flush the cooling system PROPERLY then re add your antifreeze and away you go with a nice warm car
Posted on Nov 09, 2010
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