when i use the air condition on 2007 aveo, when i park the water in the reservual will be boilin.g and started run over

Asked by May 01, 2012 at 09:51 PM about the 2007 Chevrolet Aveo LT

Question type: General

when  i  use  my  air  condition  in  my  2007  aveo  the  water  will  be  boiling  and  will  be  running  over  from  the  reservual

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sorry but i hope you still have waranty the engine and ac are linked only as a power source for the ac so with that said your engine is working hard for some reason maybe the pump is low in compresor oil or the engine has a head gasket gone good luck a compression test will eliminate the latter

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Check to make sure your cooling fans are working when the A/C is on. Does the car get hot with A/C off?

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no the engin did not run hot at any time.

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If your engine does not run hot without the A/C I would really suspect the fans or fan relays/wiring.

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