I have a 2003 monte carlo ss, overheating in the red the past few days. No leaks anywhere , radiator is in good shape , no bad hoses that i can see. Need help please.

ulmerwhl
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Asked by ulmerwhl Mar 08, 2013 at 03:35 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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judge_roy
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Thermostat is choked off due to corrosion.

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ulmerwhl
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ok well that would be first to check , the thermostat has not been chaged since the car was bought. If not that what else could there be.. just so i have a few options to look threw.

tenspeed
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Is the coolant full in the reservoir? Does the engine have valves to bleed air? Is the water pump leaking? Sometimes air in the cooling system will cause overheating.

ulmerwhl
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coolant is full , engine valves im not sure never looked and dont know to much about cars. And no the water pump dont leak, there are no leaks that i can find , no spots under car after parked.

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mrmoony
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Does it have a electric cooling fan that might not be working?

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