Why os my 97 camaro still over heating

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Asked by Aug 24, 2016 at 08:33 AM about the 1997 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Coupe RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My car will show the temp running way below
normal but as soon as i stop the temp shoots up
and the car start to run hot help! We have put in a
new radiator and new cap new water pump new
fan relays thiers no water in the oil so iam at a loss
now

2 Answers

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I believe you may still have trapped air in the system. You have to bleed the air again and again to get it all out, it can interfere with circulation. The best way to bleed air or burp radiator is to park the car facing uphill with the engine running, and keep a funnel in the radiator to refill coolant as it drops. Aftrwards when you run the car and see it overheating, feel the radiator hoses for sponginess, that is a sign of restricted circulation.

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Are the radiator cooling fans actually coming on? HTH. -Jim

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