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My van over heated now it wont start - 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Most likely a blown head gasket.

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My cooling fans turn on as soon as i start my van.. fan wont blow heat in the cab either


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Oil leak


The oil you described is called blow back, which means the oil leaking is blowing back on the bottom side of van,, Those vans are known for computor problems, Which means they need re flashed once they start like dash lites wont come on or cooling fan wont come on and van over heats,or wipers ,radio wont come on than all of a sudden they come on,,I just got rid of a nice looking 98 had same problems.Also the main bearing on yours is leaking oil, I wont buy that van.You do what you want but Dodge,cryseler,are cheap made vehecles, I just answered a 2000 van that had the reflash problem here on fixya.So look around.

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so is the battery dead?
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th water pump may be out on it you cant always tell from looking. if its over heating that badly id replace the water pump before it goes all the way out on the van.

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Is the temp gauge reading the same as it allways does ? if not make sure the coolant is full if it is and the gauge is reading low or the van wont heat up start with the stat

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