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My 1999 Model Malibu is getting Hot n even if I put COOLANT in it, it drains out

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    Bryan Aug 26, 2010

    You say it drains out. Where exactly does it drain from. Is it coming out off radiator or one of the hoses?

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Maybe the tremastate. or the block could be stopped up may need to be flushed.

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