Question about 2002 Chevrolet S-10
Heat quits and becomes cold once truck goes over 210. I have circulation, new waterpump, antifreeze. Temp used to run at 210 now running at 230/240 consistantly and that's when the heat starts blowing cold.
I WOULD PUT A NEW OEM THERMOSTAT .You could have the beginning of a head gasket with no lost of antifreeze or steam out of the pipe
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Bad thermostat its getting stuck somehow ....replaced it!
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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Yes! When a car runs low on antifreeze, problems occur. When antifreeze levels get low enough, a car begins exhibiting enough signs that prompt its owner to have it checked.
Low antifreeze in a car engine typically causes its heat to quit functioning. This symptom is normally only noticed during the cold months, when a driver relies on the heat to be comfortable in her vehicle.
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