Chevrolet Repair Questions? Ask a Chevy Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Hi Im David, thanks for visiting the site. First things first, did you bleed the air out of the system after you replaced the hoses and thermostat?
and squeezing the hoses over and over and over until you see no bubbles coming out. and yuo keep the system full while doing so
no, I dont think so
absolutely not. that stuff will cause more issues than you can shake a stick at
with the vehicle running and up to temp make sure the upper and lower radiator hoses are equally hot.
are your fans working?
ok, you need to have a block test done to see if there is combustion gases getting into the coolant
a cracked head? or a blown head gasket?
they did a block test with the blue fluid ?
im not talking about a pressure test
you can buy it online, not sure if a part store would have it.
you can try autozone
hows it going?
If the engine failed the block test and combustion gases are getting into the coolant, verifying the head gaskets being the problem then yes, thats a decent deal.
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whats the ? for?
you asked me what I thought.