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93 Camero v6 engine

What would cause the cooling system to over pressurize

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Make sure air induction to cooling system is intact

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The cooling system could have air in it and need bleeding.I would suggest a pressure test on the system.If you are sure that it has to much pressure.I would suggest a compression test to eliminate blown head gaskets or cracked or warped heads.Also check you intake gaskets.Good Luck!!!!!

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DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Engine Cooling The cooling system components include the:
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