Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Posted by Anonymous on
When in doubt make sure it is at least halfway filled. The tank is only there to allow for expansion, 90% of the coolant is in the engine block and the radiator, so overfilling the tank leaves no space for expanding liquid and you end up with a burst hose. Problems with overheating are because of low coolant, inoperative fans(temp will come down while driving at speed) Faulty pump : it'll overheat quickly and stay hot even while driving. Clogged radiator : same as a faulty pump. Stuck thermostat : engine will be boiling while the radiator is relatively cool.
To clean out the tank use a bottle brush.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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