Overheating in a '55 Chevy?

Answer Even given the relative simplicity of the '55 Chevy cooling system, diagnosing a overheating issue can be challenging. First, determine is whether there is an external leak. Generally, there will b... Read More »

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What Are the Causes of an Overheating Chevy SB?

Though the 350 engine is a generally reliable platform, many experience overheating problems with time or modification. There are as many solutions as there are causes for this particular issue, a... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot an Overheating Chevy Venture?

The Chevy Venture's radiator and cooling system has to be in good working condition in order to prevent the minivan from overheating, which could damage the engine. If the van is overheating, you s... Read More »

How to Troubleshoot Overheating in a 1.0 Chevy Sprint?

The Chevrolet Sprint was designed with fuel economy in mind. The manufacturer developed the Sprint with only a three-cylinder engine, while the competition was designing cars with four cylinders. T... Read More »

How to Fix an Overheating Car?

Overheating can be a serious problem for any car and cause extensive and expensive damage when not fixed immediately. Engine blocks and cylinder heads are made of aluminum on almost every car, res... Read More »