Why is my Chevy S10 overheating even though I have coolant in it?
bad thermostat or a blown head gasket could even be a bad temp sensor
Or the coolant could be broken down and not protecting the the negative 30 to 34 its supposed to be
Does it overheat at idle/slow speeds? Airflow problem. Or while driving? Coolant low or poor coolant circulation. HTH. -Jim
No no coolant problems not over heating just rpms sputering and dying at idle
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