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Car heats up in stop and go traffic - 1995 Chevrolet Impala

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    vapor build-up in the cooling line,and the car runs hot. The thermostat eventually opens and cools down. The lower intakes have been replaced. I was told the 3100 has this problem. HELP!

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I would check your fans, mine does the same thing but its because only one of my fans work.

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