cooling system

Asked by Jul 18, 2013 at 10:58 AM about the 2002 Cadillac DeVille Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

radiator replaced, water pump replaced, thermostat replaced, sensor replaced, no leaks in head gasket car still running hot

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When ever you have already done all of the obvious, it's time to think about the rest. Have you checked the fans to see if they are coming on to cool the system off. Also you may want to flush your cooling system out. Trash can clog up systems and cause to over heat. but I'm betting that the fans aren't cutting on.

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sensor controls the fans could be out fans will still come on when ac is on but wont when its not ive had 6 95 an up devilles an eldorados and all but one had the fan problem ud never know if u didnt check temperature where fans should come on if they did or didnt

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Wow, Marcus, you have done everything right and still heats up? This is going to take some research...like I say, you are already a step ahead with what you have done. Will get back.

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