Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
Bad thermostat, bad pump, clogged radiator what ever you do dont over heat it its gonna cost you a bit of money, are you leaking coolant at all?? if no remove the thermostat is like a plug at the end of the top engine radiator hose it bolts in the block usually. take it off and youll see the thermostat. or put a new one but first tested with out it. and flush youra radiator also. also check for the radioator fan make sure it works when it reaches its normal tempeture , hope this helps
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