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HI JACKSPADES STILL TRYING TO RESOLVE MY ENGINE OVERHEATING ONLY UNDER HARD ACCELERATION & ALL WATER RELATED PARTS BEEN FITTED BRAND NEW,MY THERMOSTAT HAS NOW BEEN REMOVED & IS SLIGHTLY BETTER ,DO I STILL NEED TO REMOVE AIR FROM COOLANT & IF YES WHERE DO

1998 Chevrolet Camaro • V8 2WD Automatic • 80,000 miles

Brand new bigger radiator, new water pump, thermostst housing(t/stat removed), sensors, new oil cooler outside radiator, all air con & heater
disconnected, water pipes some are stainless steel. Fan working & blades are fine, heads & gasket skimmed & renewed & tested. Excellent quality 3l coolant.
in flat & traffic where mimium acceleration is required the heat guage needle is at quarter mark, only uphills mostly & hard accelerationi the needle can climb all the way to topnearly red then I lean of pedal, have spent a fortune already i'm now waiting for a miracle answer.
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Allan chetty
March 21, 2012.



It might already be too late if you got it hot in the past. It may have a blown head gasket.

Wrenchtech
Mar 21, 2012.