Car running hot

Asked by Oct 02, 2017 at 02:02 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet Caprice

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I've changed a few things and it's still
running hot.

3 Answers

114,995

A few things? Apparently not what was needed. Provide more information please.

New to this site, but thanks for responding.I have a 95 Caprice Classic 4.3 V8 I put a new thermostat on, I also put a new reservoir cap on and coolant it's still running hot. Don't know what to check next.

start with cleaning the colling system ; drain all liquid , fill withh distiled water together with 1/2 kilo = 1lbs of sodacrystals .. run car for a daay or two , drain the dirty cooling liquid , dothis untill clean clean . if lot's of dirt came out , maybe problem is solved . if not check for return of the inside heatertune if it is going in the 'cold ' side of the radiator then you have one of GM's hotrunners .. change the outlay by moving over the hot return into the hot side of the radiator; by means of a Tpiece insert and block of the wrong 'cold' side entree of the rad .. this is typical for 91/92/93 Caprice Chevy's

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