Question about 2002 Oldsmobile Silhouette
When the radiator was replaced, I would assume that the cap has been replaced as well. Radiator caps that have worn out release steam from the system which means lesser water being circulated. Check if your coolant/water decreases. It may be a leak from the hoses or the engine itself. The leak from the engine may be a bad water pump or the water pump may be bad and water is not circulated correctly. Check the also the fan if it is running once the engine has warmed up. Check the fuses for the fan and its relay. Swapping relays with the AC fan to test is one way of testing if it is the relay or the fan that could be bad.
Posted on Apr 04, 2011
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