Question about 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier
When your car is off and has been sitting a while open the radiator cap and see how much juice you have in there and note the colour, if your low fill that ****** up. could be your thermostat, maybe its stuck shut- take it out and boil that ****** on the stove in a pot if it opens(moves) when your pot is boiling then moves back after its cool, then thats fine- note you will have to put another gasket and some seal then more radiator fluid when you put it on. maybe its been years since your changed your radiator fluid- some people never change it at all.
Note the colour of your radiator fluid as if you have oil mixing in that ************** you have a bad head gasket or cracked head (major problem and BIG BUCKS) no stop leak in a can can fix that- check your oil colour if its chocolate milk sorry, same thing ^ cracked head, head gasket leak.
get a nieghbor over there and some beer and you all can probably figure it out. Good luck!!!
Posted on Jul 20, 2010
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