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Overheating! 35,000 miles Have changed water pump, thermostat, radiator professionally removed and cleaned, electric fan seems to be wroking properly. Any suggestions?

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Overheating when stopped. New thermostat, new head gaskets. Antifreeze will be boiling and spill out the reservoir no matter what antifreeze level is.


Check your fan, if it is electric fan, make sure it comes on. Check if your radiator is blocked or clogged, Remove it and get it inspected & cleaned by a radiator repair shop

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Don't remove radiator cap when engine is hot.

Is your reservoir full to the right level? Check hoses for a leak. I would have the system flushed if there are no hose leaks in case air is in the system which can cause overheating. This can be done for about $50-$100 or less at many places. Sometimes when a thermostat is replaced the system isn't bled correctly. I hope its not your water pump, but it may be.

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A clogged radiator could be your problem. Flushing won't necessarily clean out a clogged radiator.
When it's idling and getting hot, the clutch fan should be running full on, actually "roaring" as some say, and the electric auxiliary fan or fans should be on if you have them. Also test your radiator cap, replace if needed. Hope this helps.

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I would first check the cooling fans. To do this unplug the fans and use two jumper wires to hook them direct to the battery and test. If the fans are working I would have the radiator cleaned or purchase a new one. To clean the radiator take it to a professional and tell them you would like it rodded out. You can purchase a new one for about twice the price. I wouldn't worry about the low coolent sensor. By it being on it will not send a message that your vehicle is overheating. If you have changed everything that you say you have and the fans work and radiator is cleaned you may have a blown head gasket. If you have a blown head gasket you would see steam comming out of the tail pipes or water in the oil on dip-stick. Good luck.

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My trailblazer keeps overheating and I'm not sure why. I have already replaced the radiator, water pump, thermostat, and clutch fan. Is there anything else I can do?


There may be an obstruction in one of the hoses, there may be an air pocket in the system somewhere.
Are you sure there is actually an overheating going on? Maybe it's a bad temperature sensor or temperature gauge stepper motor.

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