Question about 1998 Chevrolet Cavalier
Check your hoses first for small holes and cracks that coolant can come out of. if it isnt that check your water pump. a coolant system pressure test can pinpoint the spot for you; however, it is a horrible idea to be running your car hot to begin with. it can easily turn into a major problem such as warped heads or a head gasket if you continue to drive it to the point of overheating and in this state
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