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Could be caused by low coolant..
Or a bad fan..
Or a bad thermostat..
Or even a bad radiator..

Posted on Sep 23, 2009

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My 94 Chevy caprice is overheating why?!


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1. The radiator fans are not kicking in when the temp rises.

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