Having problems with your 1993 Chevrolet Corsica ?

I cannot drive my car but 10 to 15 minuts and after i do it gets hot and dies can you guys tell me why

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 11-11-2019

Answers :

I used to own a '92 Corsica, and it had a lot of overheating problems for as long as I owned it. Those cars run really hot anyways, but if it is actually overheating then you might have a leak in the coolant system somewhere, or a faulty water pump, bad thermostat, radiator leak, etc.
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\015\012You need to pop the hood and let your car run for awhile, monitoring the temp inside and checking closely around the engine compartment, particularly around the coolant overflow resevoir, the water pump (located on the front left side of the engine, underneath the A/C compressor if I remember correctly... also, check the radiator fan(s) - if you turn the A/C on in the car, they should automatically start running. If it/they don't, then you need to investigate further. The fan(s) might have a bad motor, or a relay might be out, or even a coolant temperature sensor might be shot. The possibilities are endless.
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\015\012But just do what I suggested. Turn you car on for awhile and poke around through the engine and see if you can smell coolant, or see it coming out of your car onto the ground below - things like that.
Clogged radiator or bad thermostat
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