Question about Chevrolet Cavalier
Check for presence of exhaust in the cooling system.
Never use stop leak as it plugs everything, but too late.
Also check for air bleeds that keep the system from fully filling.
Fill the cooling system with heater on high, or risk blocking that entire area.
Pressure test the system, paying particular attention to the amount that you have to pump to get pressure, an indication of air trapped in the system.
Run the vehicle until warm, shut down and feel all around on the radiator. Cool spots indicate plugged areas.
Posted on Sep 30, 2010
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