Question about 1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
Hey person..... prob you dont know much about cars but....
haha thats basic.... your car is missing some whater try looking where to put it .... and therefore the tank radiator tank might be broken...
if thats what happen... just put some water on the deposit
[its the tank on the left] email@example.com
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
You may have a busted radiator hose, or a leak somewhere. Overheating can also be caused by a clogged up radiator. The sypmtoms of clogged radiator is overheating at higher engine speeds, such freeway driving, but street driving is okay. The first thing you should be concerned right now is do not use the car untill the overheating problem is fixed, because overheating will surely damage the engine. Second, check to determine if there is no major damage to the engine at this point. Check your oil conditions. If its milky in color, which I hope is not. If it is milky in color thats a major repair, that cost a lot of money. I hope that everything is still okay on the engine, get the overheating problem fixed first which is a lot cheaper than replacing a bad engine, before you use the car again. Hope this is helpfull for you.
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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