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1994 camaro, no heat, overheating.

1994 camaro, i have no heat and about 5 min into the drive the car starts to over heat. when i check i still have radiator fluid filled, replaced radiator about a year and half ago, haven't replaced the thermostat.  would that be my best bet?

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  • Steve May 20, 2015

    Change the thermostat. If that doesn't remedy the problem, check to see if the waterpump is functioning properly.

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Replace the thermostat. it's the only way to rule it out.

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Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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You may have an Air lock in the radiator. all you gotta do is run the car without the rad cap on and put coolant in while its running, also try massaging the hose (not intended to be dirty) to get the remaining air out.

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Yeah ur old thermostat is stinger replace it w/ a new one that complies w/ ur radiator if u see water leaks under repalce ur water pump. low water can easily evaporized resulting in engine overheat.

Posted on Jun 03, 2012

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