Car heats up

Asked by Jan 14, 2017 at 02:24 PM about the 2011 Chevrolet Camaro 1LS Coupe RWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a question , I have a 2011 chevy camaro v6
ls , I've changed the water pump , thermastat,
sensor, flushed system, new radiator , and my car
still heats up, it climes up to 238 or 240 fans don't
turn on until 225-238 and keeps climbing , I been
stressing over and over the fans are from a jink
yard and seem to work fine, but I've had the Chevy
dealer ship mechanics work on my car because it's
salvaged title they say I don't have warranty I've
spend about 1,600 new part's and labor and my car
still heats up on me, please someone help me any
advice be greatly appreciated,  I'm jose

1 Answer

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Did you replace the temperature sensor? If you can't get it to work properly any other way you could wire in a manual switch for the radiator fans to see if that will make it run cooler. Also you might want to try Redline Water Wetter as it will lower the operating temps.

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