Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
Your problem is the engine is overheating. On warmer days its causing the engine to overheat to the point your coolant gets too hot. There could several issues here. Start with your radiator as it may be clogged with rust or deposits from never having a flush. The next thing to look at would be the thermostat. these are a common part to go bad as they are exposed to varying temperatures throughout its life. The thermostat be stuck/seized in the closed position which in turn is not allowing coolant to flow freely around and through the coolant lines, causing the overheat and boil over issue you are experiencing. You may want to get this repaired soon or you this will cause irreparable engine damage; blown head gasket, warped head, cracked head. Etc.
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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