2005 Buick lasabre Running hot

Asked by Jun 20, 2017 at 09:34 AM about the 2005 Buick LeSabre

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 2005 Buick lasabre with 232658 miles on it and it
seems to be running hot.Ive changed the water pump,the
radiator, radiator hose , as well as the thermostat. I've
taken it to autozone for them to run a diagnostic test on it
and they said that nothing was showing up. I also got a
second opinion they said that it could possibly be the
heating sensor or the thermostat needs to be changed
again.Can anyone please help me figure out what's going
wrong with my car.

3 Answers

110,775

Did you flush the engine, there may be a build-up in the it, not allowing the coolant to flow, did you install a new radiator cap, it could be a fan sensor, the sensor will turn on the fans when it reached temp.. is the gauge working correctly ?

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No I haven't flushed the engine.....how do I go about getting that done and yes I've replaced the radiator cap

295

What temperature are you seeing on the gauge? How hot does it run? How does the car run when the temperature rises?

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