blazer overheating

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Asked by Jan 01, 2016 at 02:36 PM about the 1998 Chevrolet Blazer LS 4-Door RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm having an issue with my blazer
overheating.  I am leaking coolant but can't
figure out where from.  I have replaced the
thermostat,  before realizing there was a
leak.  I found one leak around the quick
connect into the radiator from transmission
cooling line.  Ran fine for a while.  Started
leaking again from an unknown location.

6 Answers

31,705

pressure test it and repair..sorry but thats what has to be done..

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Is that something I can do at home or does it have to be done at a shop?

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299,385

if you find the leak and replace what is leaking, sure.

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80,345

You can do the pressure test yourself. It's just a matter of putting the tester on the radiator cap neck and pumping it up. Have you checked the intake manifold. It could be leaking coolant from there. HTH. -Jim

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Best Answer Mark helpful
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Thanks everyone! Bad water pump and a clogged line! My girl is back on the road!

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80,345

Awesome!! Thanks for letting us know! Thank you for the best answer click! -Jim

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