I recently had a new radioater put in put my car smells like it over heating it's not throwing out smoke but it smells like it burning. I don't know what wring with it

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Asked by Dec 13, 2015 at 09:14 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Venture

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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What is your engine temperature? Is it really overheating or is it just the odor of hot antifreeze?

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I'm not sure of the temperature its like 3/ 4 to the red line

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It may just be that during the radiator swap, some coolant splashed onto the exhaust manifold and it is burning off. That could explain the smell. Keep an eye on your engine temperature and check your coolant level every day or every other day until your confident. If you're still concerned with it over the next week or so, I would bring it to where the work was done to have them inspect their work.

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