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#1 OFFLINE   jtfrogg

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Posted 16 February 2018 - 12:42 PM

awhile back my cruze was running on cold no a/c, the fan running super fast. I changed the thermostat and the temp sensor by the engine not the ine down on the radiator. This fixt the problem. Now the car is overheating and the heater doesnt work. No coolant on floorboard. Any thoughts.

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#2 OFFLINE   DaytonChevyCruze12

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Posted 15 April 2018 - 10:20 AM

I have a Chevy Cruze LT 2012 and the OBD indicator light is on.  When I start the engine, the light appears and the fan runs really fast.  This is after leaving car outside all night in under 40 degree weather.  Obviously, it's a sensor issue with the thermostat, but unsure if under the 5yr/100,000 mile warranty.  Car is not  overheating and don't want issue of replacing thermostat only to have it actually overheat.  



#3 OFFLINE   grs1961

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Posted 16 April 2018 - 08:27 AM

Have you checked the coolant level?


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