overheat

Asked by Jan 09, 2016 at 03:47 AM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Ok so I drive a 95 chevy pick up... and today I was
driving and I noticed my heater  was blowing ice
cold  abs my was over heating so I pulled over and
just as I was stopping It lost power and the
steering wheel and brake stiffen up I let it sit and
cool down and charged my battery and it turned
over perfect but it still blows cold air out the heater
and overheat ...any suggestions?  I was told it
might be the thermostat  since it's old 1995

2 Answers

Yes it is check that problem

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Well first you need to check the coolant level and see if there are any leaks. Yes the thermostat can be stuck in a closed position and would be wise to change. But the coolant loss went somewhere.

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