My 2015 Chevy cavalier is overheating What could cause this?

Asked by Oct 25, 2014 at 08:52 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Its new with just 7,000 miles on it

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Could be anything, not worth you messing with it. I'd be back at the dealership on Monday morning getting it repaired.

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Ditto what Tom said. Don't drive it anywhere until Monday when you take it to the Chevy dealership.


I agree. To new to be having any kind of issues. Take back to dealer. But if it's getting way to hot best not to drive it. Call dealer and let them come tow it back in.

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