Question about 2001 Chevrolet Cavalier
Posted by Anonymous on
There might be clog somewhere in the system that when it runs the pressure will build up fine, but with it not flowing right, it just gets pushed back and over flows while driving, and since it's not circulating right, it starts over heating -- might have to take it in to get it pressure tested (note, that during pressure testing, if there is a weak point somewhere like the heater core, it can lead to a HUGE mess as some that have rotted out, all but explode; if you take it in, the mechanic should warn about any potential damage that may occur first)
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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