Question about 2002 Chevrolet Impala
Posted by Anonymous on
You have a vapour lock. The coolant isn't flowing. The remaining water is not cooling your engine evenly so you could crack your engine block. The water that isn't circulating turns to steam. The water pump could need replacing if the impeller failed. You may need a new thermostat. Get someone knowledgeable enough to fill your radiator properly and then keep the overflow resevoir filled to half. Check that bottle at least every week.
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