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Over heating changed thermstat and a hose that was clapsed. got no heat and it over heats still. 1999 cavalier 2.2 eng

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    Dave C May 11, 2010

    Are you sure the thermostat went in the right side up, keeping in mind the one that was in there may have been in the wrong way? Also, sometimes you need to top up the radiator a couple of times after the system burps, is it full?

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Water pump is most likely shot try changing that out

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