Question about 2000 Pontiac Sunfire
Check to see if your cooling fan is working. At speeds above about 30 MPH, the fan is not needed. When you see the engine getting hot (if you have a gauge), then pull over, leave it idling, and open the hood and see if the fan is running. You should be able to see and hear it, just behind the radiator.
If the fan is not running, it is likely the fan relay has failed. It could be the fan thermostat or the fan motor itself, but odds are it is the relay. That is an inexpensive fix.
Posted on Aug 23, 2010
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