Question about Cadillac DeVille
Have you changed your coolant out, it may be time. Second, trapped air bubbles can also cause an overheat. Third head gaskets can cause an overheat. I would first off get your coolant flushed and flushed well, if the problem is not solved by this have your headgaskets checked. If this does not solve your problem and you are positive that everything is working properly and all fluid levels are good then i would have your coolant temp sensor replaced. I hope this can point you in the correct direction. Remember if your water has evaporated out of your coolant and it is no longer 50/50 mix then you have a good chance of overheat
Posted on May 07, 2010
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