Question about 1997 Cadillac DeVille
It might be your thermastate stuck close because it lets the collant to go into the engine chambers so if your thermastate is stuck is why it is over heating so you can take the thermastate out and test it yourself by putting it into water inside a pan that is on a stove to test to see if it opens up for you but also there are different thermastates out there that have different temperature ranges that you can put in place of that one so go to autozone they will explain to you which one could help you out the most.
Posted on May 24, 2011
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