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Overheating 97 0lds aurora just changed thermostat still overheating?

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You should probally have the water pump checked if it is not operating correctly it can cause overheating or it could be as simple as a faulty radiator cap

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3.5L Olds Aurora: Had overheating. Cold air blowing, decompression in motor.


You have (at best) blown a head gasket, or (at worst) cracked the block of the engine.
Cars today, being mostly aluminum, break in this manner rather easily.
Repairs will cost you many hundreds or a few thousands of dollars. The car cannot be used until the engine is repaired.
God bless your efforts.

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I have a 1998 oldsmobile aurora that is overheating. no leaks, runs fine then temp goes up and coolant boils up to the resevoir cap and comes out around the cap. replaced thermostat. fan comes on


Try changing radiator cap if there is no water in the oil it is not a head gasket could be system just needs a flush. It could also be the water pump is not pumping well try the cap first.

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1996 Oldsmobile Aurora overheating


Bleed air out of the cooling system

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HOW TO CHANGE A THERMOSTAT ON A 97 AURORA


It's at the engine end of the lower radiator hose. Remove the hose clamp and two bolts holding the hose fitting. It will fall into your hand.

May 15, 2012 | 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Keeps overheating very fast I changed the water pump and put antifreeze in it already


Change the thermostat. Here is a link to an article that will tell you for sure what the problem is in just a few minutes.

Dec 16, 2010 | 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Causes for overheating in a 1997 oldsmobile aurora


Do the fan(s) come on when hot? Blow out the radiator core with compressed air (from the engine side) to clear it of bugs and other debris. Make sure the radiator is full to the top (when cold) and check the radiator cap seal rubber and the over-flow tank and tubing for leakage. It's possible that the water pump impeller is slipping on it's shaft and not pumping water properly. Remove the thermostat temporarily and remove the radiator cap. Remove some of the water so that the level is somewhat below the cap bottom, then start the engine and watch for rapidly moving water. That will show that the pump is moving water well. Allow the engine to heat up and keep track of the water movement. Shut the engine off at low end of 'normal' on the temp gauge and replace the cap so that it doesn't blow out boiling water into your face. Replace the thermostat and top up the water when cold again.

Sep 06, 2009 | 1997 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Car is overheating


Check all hoses and belts see if they look ok. then check antifreeze or check for leak at radiator, by doing a pressure leak test also check cap with pressure test. next check thermostat it may not be opening properly. thermostats go bad and they only cost about 10 bucks. good luck.

Jul 09, 2009 | 1996 Oldsmobile Aurora

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1998 aurora overheating


I had the same problem and tried several things that didn't help. A friend introduced me to a Northstar mech. that explained the real problem. Internal engine relief was faling which created overheating between cylinder sleeves and engine block creating blow back pressure in cooling system. There is a fix for this. The mechanic helped me with the problem and car is running once more... Anyone thinking they have a head gasket, intake gasket, or thermostate problem should look at this fix.

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