Question about 1996 Pontiac Sunfire
If the car is air locked...
Start it up , turn your heat on full blast.Then remove your resevoir cap. Let the car heat up to normal temp , at this point i would check to see if your fan is turning on. If you watch close inside your resevoir it will be bubbles or bubbling, let it run until you have no more air coming out.(no bubbles, if nessesary top off with fluid to the recomended level. Tightnen up your cap ,making sure it is seated properly and IS tight. Then go for a drive see if your still overheating.
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