Question about 1995 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
If your car is still running hot first make sure the repairs you've already made are completed properly. Then if so, perform a coolant system pressure to see if and where you may be leaking coolant. You could have a leak in the system somewhere like your water pump or radiator. Auto Tech Info
Posted on Jan 08, 2011
Try unplugging the coolant temperature sensor and see if the fans come on.If they do then the coolant temp sensor needs to replaced. The sensor is located in the intake manifold by the upper radiator hose.Here is a link to provide a general location http://www.greatautohelp.com/sensor-location/3400.html
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