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      Over heating

      I have a 2011 Aveo5. I replaced the Water pump and Thermostat housing/assembly yesterday I ran it around a little after i finished. It seemed ok. This morning on the way to work the heater was working. The heater then stopped blowing hot air and the car started over heating again????? Any direction would be apperciated



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      Make sure your coolant level hasn't gone down and you have a leak.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Daox View Post
      Make sure your coolant level hasn't gone down and you have a leak.

      Thank you I found a leak on the housing that the Thermostat bolts to. I guess I cracked it when I pu the new Thermostat in yesterday evening.



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