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Chevrolet Impala Coolant issue

Tiny
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Replaced original radiator cap appx. 6 months ago. Original had deteriorated o-ring seal.
Since then, the coolant level in overflow tank NEVER changes when hot or cold. Prior, the coolant level in overflow changed very slightly.
Curious to determine whether the replacement cap (Stant purchased at O'Riley's) may not allow hot coolant to escape into the overflow. Should coolant level in overflow increase every time car is driven and reaches normal operating temp? If not, why not?
Car warms up as usual and heats normally.
have the same problem?
Thursday, January 29th, AT AM
Tiny
If coolant was added when you had old cap then doesn't change with new cap all the air was removed from system with new cap. So it may need topping off to cold mark when cod as it nay have dropped when all air was taken out. Add to cold mark when cold 50/5- mix of dexcool. If it changes you may have an internal leak so just watch it for a while. Car must be driven at least 10miles without shutting off for proper warmup
Thursday, January 29th, AT AM
Tiny
The overflow tank is topped off at "cold" mark and coolant volume in tank does not change after car is driven for hours. Just checked it 10 minutes ago.
Should the pressure in cooling system force hot, expanded coolant into overflow tank under normal conditions? Am I too anal about this?
Thursday, January 29th, AT PM
Tiny
Coolant will only be to cold mark at start up first time if it is there don't be to concerned about it. Long as it doesn't go down
Thursday, January 29th, AT PM
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Chevrolet Impala - Radiator/Coolant Recovery Cap

Your radiator cap controls the pressure inside your cooling system. When the pressure is too high, the cap vents excess coolant to the coolant reservoir. If your cap isn't venting, this causes excess pressure in the cooling system, and can cause leaks or a collapsed radiator hose. A cap that is no longer sealing could also cause a leak. At operating temperature, coolant can evaporate from the open system. Any time there is a coolant leak, there is a possibility of the engine overheating. Check your coolant cap for signs of wear. If you need a new radiator cap or coolant reservoir cap, visit O'Reilly Auto Parts. We carry radiator caps to fit most applications.

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