Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
That is a good question, your car most likely does not have exhaust manifold gasket, and this, while not a good thing, would not cause overheating.
Pressure test the cooling system, repair any leaks. Have you replaced the thermostat? Do not use different temp thermostat, it must be the correct factory spec.
Be sure that you have the correct coolant. Check coolant flow, and does the upper radiator hose get hot?
Easy radiator test is to run the car until warm, shut off and feel all around on the radiator....Cool areas indicate plugged passageways.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
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