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I had a similar problem in my 2003 Chevy Cavalier. Right after we purchased the car the temperature gauge frequently went into the red zone with no physical signs of overheating. Eventually the gauge went crazy and would jam the speedometer and so forth. I got to the point where I took the dash apart and installed another gauge cluster bought on ebay for $40 better than the over $250 expect to pay from GM. Never had that problem again. I would recommend changing the gauge cluster since i have seen that cluster defective in many of these cars. FYI my fuel pump failed at about 60k miles on it very frustrating so yeah something else to watch for.Report it
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