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I would have suspected the same, replacing the thermostat which would be the easiest fix. Next would be the waterpump. It's a pretty easy job and you'll find several step by step videos online if you need the help. Worst case would be a bad intake or head gasket. In the case of my wife's chevy venture, the 3.4L chevy is know for that issue. Good Luck
Posted on May 17, 2014
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