Overheating of the engine may cause the cylinder head to expand, severely straining the head bolts and damaging the threads in the engine block. This commonly results in a blown head gasket. Our technicians tell us the engine block threads must be repaired before the cylinder head is reinstalled.
Average mileage: 109,672 (10,600–189,000)
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JUST BOUGHT THE CAR TODAY AND TONIGHT ENGINE HOT A/C OFF POPS ON. ENGINE GOT VERY HOT. TAKING IT IN TOMORROW. PAID 5700.FOR THE CAR TODAY :(
car overheat put a new water pump put new radiator change the coil packs new thermostat still overheating
the car ran hot sense new gm did nothing and the car used oil also they are scammers they defrauded the public with the sts Seville it junk now hve 108 k on itbad heads it always used antifreeze and now I need engine gm is responcable for this and need a class action law suit
not fixed yet
Overflow from coolant fill cap due to exaust leak into cooling system. Had all gaskets replace.
Blown head gasket...don't buy a Cadillac. My Lexus and Nissan products have over 300,000 miles on them.
I just purchased this vehicle. It keeps over heating and white smoke is comming from the eaquast.
although coolant level is correct, changed thermostat, water is flowing through engine, water pump fine, and cooling fans work correctly. ive been told its a leaky head gasket