Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Aurora
1998 Aurora is overheating replaced radiator cap on reserve tank, thermostat and flushed radiator any help would be great
I had the same problem and tried several things that didn't help. A friend introduced me to a Northstar mech. that explained the real problem. Internal engine relief was faling which created overheating between cylinder sleeves and engine block creating blow back pressure in cooling system. There is a fix for this. The mechanic helped me with the problem and car is running once more... Anyone thinking they have a head gasket, intake gasket, or thermostate problem should look at this fix.
Posted on Jul 28, 2012
When does it overheat? Low speed or high speed cruising..
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