Question about 2004 Chevrolet Impala
Your rad may be blocking up. Make sure the flow of antifreeze is adequate through the rad. Check for loose fins & debris in front of the rad also. Remove the rad cap when cold & allow to heat up to operating temperature. Observe the flow when the thermostat opens. Check the serpentine belt for wear & replace if needed. If the flow is inadequate, replace the rad. Good luck!
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mark or a little higher. When your engine is warm,
the level should be up to the HOT mark or a little higher.
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