91 Chevy Beretta V6-3.1L(Overheating)
I recently had my car's engine repaired. I had a new water pump, new thermostat, radiator flushed and I even had the heads grinded.
It still is over heating, Can anyone help? I heard that the thermostats have known to be bad in a 91 beretta but I don't see how.
That made nos ense when I heard it. I've bought 2 thermostats and it over heats, It takes a while for it to over heat but when it does it refuses to start up after I stop it.
It seems to lose water somewhere but I can not seem to find a leak anywhere unless it is hitting the engine and evaporating.
I really love my beretta and it has sooo much power I refuse to sell it but I'm afraid to take it back to that mechanic. "he's supossedly the best"
It did not do this until I took it to a different mechanic which he was messing with the belt tensioner..
The tensioner has directions on which way to loosen or tighten it and he went the wrong way and it snapped the bolt, After that it started over heating badly.
Sorry for such a long post "looks like a mess" but besides running back and forth trying to fix the car and searching the net for options I'm just tired :P