How long will it takes a 2000 Chevy impala to cool completely off

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And the radiator

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Maybe a couple hours

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6 TO 7 HOURS

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On a cold day or a warm day?

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3 or 4 hours would be my guess. Depends on the ambient air temperature and humidity and the phase of the moon.

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