Question about 1985 Chevrolet Chevy
Could be number of things, no coolant, thermastate stuck open or closed, temperature coolant sensor, a bad sensor period. Could be a number of different things. Would start with thermastate first than go from there.
As for the putting starting fluid in the intake, not getting enough gas, could be plugged fuel filter.
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