Why is my 2013 Chevy Sonic overheating?

1 Answer:
  • Wei Xiang Ng
    The most common reasons a Chevrolet Sonic is overheating are a coolant leak (water pump, radiator, hose etc.), the radiator fan, or a failed thermostat.
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  • Who builds the Chevy Spark?

    Chevrolet Spark
    ManufacturerDaewoo Motors (1998–2002) GM Daewoo (2002–2011) GM Korea (2011–2022)
    Production1998–2022
    Body and chassis
    ClassCity car (A)
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