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I own a 1999 olds aurora for some reason it keeps over heating we have changed the thermostat, we changed the transmission filter, we checked the fans and relays. the water pump is good but it still wants to over heat in the city. the highway is fine. does anyone have any suggestions? I think we have tried everything possible...Thank you, Angel

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  • newyorkwf31 Aug 07, 2010

    I will have that checked out to see if this solves the problem...I will let you know.

    Thank you so much,




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Posted on Aug 06, 2010

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Thats a telltale sign that your head gasket is on its way out, it will still drive justn after a while it may quit on u

Posted on Sep 07, 2010


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SOURCE: My 1999 aurora tends to over heat when not moving traffic or idle

The temp sensor for the fan is along the radiator hose. You should see wires coming out from it. If you pull out the sensor from its plug, the radiator fan should turn on and if it does not then the fan could be faulty. Or the fan may be weak in blowing air in

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SOURCE: 1999 Olds Aurora. Overheats after 10 min.

10 minuts really isnt enough time to even get up to operating tempature much less overheat. I would suspect from what you describe you may have a head gasket problem. compression from the cylinder will leak into the cooling system and push out the coolant. The fact that you have oil residue may confirm this. Does the temp guage read high when this happens or a warning light come on?... im suspecting probably not. There also could be an outside chance of a cracked head or block. most likely not but always an outside chance. Good Luck!!

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It could be that your heater core is blocked. I would suggest getting the cooling system flushed, and get a mechanic to see if there is blockage.

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