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Just replaced the thermostat but the camaro is still over heating, what to check next?

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If it overheats while driving check your fan. If it has a clutch fan on it, it should be a little stiff to move it back and forth. If its electric fans make sure they are turning on right around the time your thermostat opens. If its overheating while sitting. (after you check the fans) Let it heat up a bit and shut it off. After you shut it off pop the hood and check all 4 corners of your radiator. If their are any cool corners or if the top is hot and the bottom isnt you might be airbound or you have a clogged radiator.

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Check and clean all hose and bypass, clean radiator, observe fan speed

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Dear pcolaboy19,

If the heater fan is working just not blowing hot air it's probably the thermostat which you can buy at any auto parts store.

I like Advanced Auto Parts because they will usually point out to you where the thermostat is (it's not that hard to fix) and they'll usually test it for you when you get it out to make sure that it's not working in which case you will get cold air blowing but no heat!

The part should be around $20.

A Mechanic should only charge around $100 but may try to sell you other repairs to help keep their shop running profitably!

Hope This Helps!

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