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    Amber Nogueras
    Amber Nogueras
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    I have a 2008 pontiac torrent with an overheating issue. New thermostat, radiator, radiator hoses, coolant resvoir, new pressurized cap, head gaskets, valve cover gaskets… I am truly at the end of my witts trying to resolve this issue and I just don’t get what it could be. If anyone could help that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    Has the cooling system been properly bleed of air?
    Are the cooling fan(s) operating correctly?
    Is there any that could be blocking air flow across the radiator?
    Is there any loss of coolant in the system?

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    Amber Nogueras
    Amber Nogueras
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    [quote=”nightflyr” post=203485]Has the cooling system been properly bleed of air?
    Are the cooling fan(s) operating correctly?
    Is there any that could be blocking air flow across the radiator?
    Is there any loss of coolant in the system?[/quote
    I have bled the line unless there is more than 1 bleeder screw?
    The fans are both working properly. The rafiator..nothing is blocking it.
    There is no loss of coolant.

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    See if this is helpful:

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    Billy
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    As long as the parts cannon is on full automatic, what about the water pump?

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    Amber Nogueras
    Amber Nogueras
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    So my radiator doesnt have a cap/fill. Its pressurized from the coolant resveroir and I cant leave it running for 5 monutes without it starting to overheat.

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    Amber Nogueras
    Amber Nogueras
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    The water pump was changed as well.

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    Nightflyr *
    Richard Kirshy
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    [quote=”amberlee” post=203489]So my radiator doesnt have a cap/fill. Its pressurized from the coolant reservoir and I cant leave it running for 5 monutes without it starting to overheat.[/quote]
    The same procedure is used except you attach to the spill free funnel on to the reservoir.

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