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Changed the temostate

I changed it.the car had a 11.5 cap but i put a 1.1 readiator cap.theres a new water pump and temo with new pipes. its only doing it on 1 specific hill no way else.

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Have you checked to see if the thermostat is functioning correctly and is not jammed shut. That would cause overheating.

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My 1999 Alero must have a leak somewhere because the thermostat gauge rises every few days. I put coolant in it at least 1 a week. I had a new water pump and thermostat put on it, but it is still...


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