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Asked by Oct 06, 2016 at 02:43 PM about the 2003 Chevrolet Malibu LS

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

my car overheats it  just starting happening like a month ago i had the car
for six months now its been running really smooth...i've been having to put
antifreeze dex-cool and water...i put in a new water pump, thermostat,
temperature sensor also the lines were bleed or burp....i hear a knocking in
the radiator hose the mechanic says the hoses are good both fans run well
my a.c. i'snt working it blow out hot air i also did a tune up...my battery is
five months old bought it from autozone....sometime when i turn the car off
it takes awhile to start until the car cools down i've been the antifreeze in
water in it like everyday or every other....i think the anti theft light plays a
big part it stays on all the time only when the key is in the ignition it doesn't
blink it just stays on for the whole ride

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Use blue devil or bars stop leak. I have used bars leak and it worked great for me but I have heard some good news about blue devil stop leak also.

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