Question about 2001 Chevrolet Malibu
First i will tell you ive tried it all from all manufactures, they left me samples and over 15 years never seen one that worked, heres the way to do this, first drain the cooling system, next remove the thermostant reinstall the housing without the stant so there are no leaks, next if to fill system with water add the sealer repair, top off system put cap on and let run for 1/2 hour with heat on low then drive car for 1/2 hour, always keep an eye on water level depending on how bad a leak, then shut car down . let cool. restart and drive to see if repaired then if repaired drain water out put thermostant back in and fill with 50/50 coolant and water. good luck hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 05, 2010
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