Question about 1998 Cadillac Seville
I'm having the same issues... I've replaced the water pump. And the thermostat twice... I've even tried running without the thermostat and it's still overheating... I've checked for oil in the anti-freeze and vise-versa, and found none, which I think puts to rest the ''profesional'' opinion that I've got a cracked gasket on the block.(yup, still overheating..!) Which if that happens with an aluminum block, is more headache than I'm ready for... hopefully that is not your problem... I'm guessin I should check the radiator( I patched a leak with that ''stuff''). Not sure how to do that...
Hope you fix your problem..! If you have any helpfull advice, I would love to hear it...
Check that the Radiator cap is good have it pressure tested check the hoses for blockage near the ends they will have the hose separate at the ends and can block water flow you can't see it without removing the hose, also have the radiator rodded out if there is any buildup of calcium inside the radiator it won't cool, it will start heating and continue heating up. And did you replace the fan clutch?
Posted on Jul 02, 2009
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