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2005 Chevy Impala LS.

The coolant light turns on indicating that the coolant is HOT. I added coolant and it stopped. One week later it turned again and I had to add more coolant.

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  • awhite67752 Nov 21, 2008

    Had a problem with my aircondition unit this summer. AS soon as that happened, I started to have low coolant all the time. So would fill and could find no leaks, but still ever week or so, depending on my travels had to add at least a quart of coolant. Is this something easily fixed, or do I need to car shop?

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    temp light very hot coolant leak

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Search web for TSB's for this car, there was a recall for this!

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I know its late , but I have replaced the intake gaskets on four gm vehicle with the 3.4 liter all the same problem .just look at either end of the motor and you will see the leaks .

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Hi,

This doesn't sound right, a car that is well maintained shouldn't lose coolant. Check if your cooling system has any leaks. Sometimes you can also smell the coolant when driving.

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Car want start new battery,starter,ignition switch still want start what could it be

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Antifreeze smell coming from my vents and windshield gets all foggy

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