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1999malibuoverheating.was sucsessful in venting air from systym.drove car for a day with no problems.son took it on hiway 65-70mph car overheated lost coolant

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The first thing is to make sure there are no coolant leaks,and next run the engine and feel both top and bottom hoses as it starts to run hot, if both hoses are not about the same (meaning hot) then you have a bad thermostant, if both hoses are hot then you may have a problem with the colling fan, most of the time its a bad thermostant or theres a leak in the system.

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