Question about 1999 Oldsmobile Intrigue
There are a number of things that one needs to look at. Make and year? Miles on the car? was the water that you drained from the radiator really rusty or clear? If rusty a back flush may ,"may" be needed. When does the car heat up? At idle after driving it...on the road at hwy speeds....does it heat up quickly or take awhile....etc. Does the car have thermostatically controlled fans? If so are they functioning properly. Have you left the radiator cap off the radiator and started the car alowing it to reach operating temp and looking in the radiator to see if the water is flowing? If the car is old and the water was really rusty it may be that the radiator is partially pluged. Hope this helps. Texas Street Rodder
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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