Question about 2006 Chevrolet Aveo
My name is David ( d_hubbs ) i'll be assissting you today:
#1) Sir check to make sure your Serpetine belt is Adjusted right Should be Fairly Tight.
#2) Check your Belt Tensioner is not faulty or damaged and also check your idler pulley ,Make sure these both are turning Freely with Belt Off,and that the Tensioner bearing and Idler Bearing is good.
#3) Start your car and let it Run with Hood open check to make sure your Electrical cooling Fan/or Fans are coming on after your car is up to operation temperture.And make sure your water pump is turning and no coolant is coming out the bottom.
#4) Try #3 the Above with A/C on And with A/C off.
#5) Double check to make sure your Radiator is Full of Coolant and also your Recovery Tank.
#6) If all the Above is Working good ,then disconect your negetive Battery cable, take off your belt to A/C Compressor turn the Compressor Clutch Pulley by hand it should be FREE and you should be able to turn it.
Try ALL the Above this should help you locate your Problem, and show you which part or parts are not Working right.
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Thanks Again Sir. From d_hubbs
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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