ENGINE HOT AC OFF

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Asked by Jan 17, 2017 at 02:12 PM about the 2009 Chevrolet Impala LS FWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

My 2009 chevy impala has the code engine
hot ac off and went to change out the
temperature coolant system ... still nothing
... when the car comes on the fans are at a
high speed the temperature of car never
moves ... I need hellpppp please

8 Answers

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Temperature coolant sensor you meant. Check the coolant level and check the hoses from the radiator if are hot (just touch and let go). This would show if the thermostat is ok. Also you could step out of the car and leave the interior fan on the highest mark to see if temperature is coming down. A bigger problem could be a blown headgasket...

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60

Probably thermostat. Mines did same Engine hott/AC off. Took to dealer changed thermostat problem went away

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I just had the same problem this morning. My coolant wasn't low. I had the heat on high trying to warm my car. The engine didn't show signs of overheating and I added more coolant. Temperature hand is stock on cold. Pretty sure it went out...

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10

How to turn the AC off

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60

Hi my car get engine hot a/c off i ready change the themostane what else can can somebody help it 2012 chevy impala 3.6

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60

Hi i have 2012 chevy impala 3.6 they get hot engine a/c off i ready change thr thermostat n still get hot

2 people found this helpful.
120

I changed both thermostat and temperature sensor

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120

Mines works fine

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