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2001 lumina overheating

Car overheating thermostat has been removed, No oil seen in water or water in oil. Will check again tomorrow. believe water is circulating so, the water pump does not appear to be gone. It does not squeel or whine. any guesses

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No experience with this car... But check the radiator for leaks, make sure it is not low. If possible check if the ecu is throwing codes.

Posted on Dec 29, 2013

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I hate to be the one to tell you but water (coolant) is in your engine oil. The more you run your engine the more you will hurt the engine. Stop running the engine. You have eather a blown head gasket or a cracked head or both. Your engine is full of scum and must be rebuilt or replaced. All of the scum (oil and water mixed) will never come out. It washes the lube off of all you engine parts and clogs up small oiling holes.

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SOURCE: Overheated, changed water pump and thermostat. Overheated again within a week.

it you are not adding antifreese. you could have a clog radiater, or maybe need timing adjustment. but if the radiater is clog . you need to flush the collant sistem.

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