Question about 1993 Chevrolet Corvette
This could be cause by a variety of problems such as low coolant, bad water pump, head gasket leak, manifold leak, malfunctioning fan clutch, broken electric fan, etc etc.
If you have an electric fan, it is designed to turn on triggered by a temperature sensor located near your top rad hose mounting on the intake manifold. If this sensor is broke you will over heat without the fan kicking in at stops. Same with a clutched fan. Could be not moving enough air at a stop.
Check your coolant levels and let your vehicle run while watching to be sure your fan kicks in. Keep your fingers away from it while running. It can start up anytime. If all is well, you may have a plugged rad or restricted rad.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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