Having problems with your Chevrolet Cavalier ?

I have a 97 cavalier with a 2.2L. It is over heating and the low coolant light will not go out. I have replaced the thermostat, radiator, radiator cap, serpentine belt, water pump, and transmission cooling lines to the radiator. But it is still over heating. I noticed that the upper hose is warm/hot to the touch, but the lower hose is still cool. I took out the thermostat and tested it in boiling water and it opens up. I drove my car without the thermostat and it doesn't over heat. I cann

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 24-09-2018

Answers :

The low coolant light is a sensor on the side of the radiator with a wire plug to it you can disconnect it and the light will go out and youll be back to having to check the coolant level,as for overheating, tack the thermostat back and replace with another one, it will open in boiling water but is it open all the way and at what temperature, can effect your cooling did it have red dexcool in it before, might need to flush out the cooling system,this coolant will clog everything up and go back to the green coolant I dont know whos brainstorm it was for dexcool.......that stuff is no good
Are you sure you burped the system of all air? Air in the system can stop the thermostat from opening and cause it to overheat.
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