Question about 1996 Cadillac Eldorado
It could be many things. I would start by checking the coolant level and topping it off. If it is fine, I would then look for leaks and maybe look at the oil to make sure there is no mixing of oil and coolant which would indicate headgasket or a crack in the motor. If no leaks, you may want to then check the thermostat. If it is fine, the next step would be to test the fans to see if they are operational.
If you get that far and don't find anything, I would recommend sending it to a technician because it may be something difficult to diagnose. Goodluck.
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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