Question about 1998 Chevrolet Malibu
It sounds like you may have a bad cooling fan. You can test this by running a jumper wire from the fire supply line going into the cooling fan to the battery. If the fan comes on this will indicate a bad fan relay which will have to be replaced. Or, it could be bad radiator hoses can **** together and cause it to run hot. Don't rule out a blown head gasket but start by checking the easier things first.
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