Question about Saturn SL2
Hello, I believe the coolant flow is from the thermostat to the bottom of the radiator through the radiator and back into the engine from the top of the radiator. Make sure the thermostat is installed correctly, (the spring looking part toward the water pump) No collapsed/plugged radiator hoses. The radiator not restricting flow. Check radiator with a laser temp gun, see if the radiator is cooler near the top than the bottom. Last with the tool for checking to see if there are combustion gases in the coolant to determine if there is a blown head gasket. Hope this helps
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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