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04 chevy impala overheats but heater is cold, changed thermostat, bled system over and over but still does the same thing.

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Flush system check for debris on or around radaitor could be bum thurmostat..cloged heater core...

Posted on Dec 12, 2009

  • lovclyde Dec 12, 2009

    flush system check for debris on or around radaitor could be bum thurmostat..cloged heater core...


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