Question about Chevrolet Astro
By "burns out" I assume you mean it is no longer in the radiator or overflow. Normally a bad thermostat stays in the open position causing the engine to run cold and never reaching normal operating temperature. When the engine is running and the vehicle is parked have you noticed vapor or dripping from the exaust pipe? This would happen if you have a bad head gasket and or a warped head. Another consideration; if the coolant has been a rust color the radiator may be stopped up and need to be boiled out.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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