I have an issue with my 2011 Chevy Cruze 1.4 Eco Turbo POS (Excuse my french). So far we have changed the purge connector valve, A/C Compressor clutch (Which I had to buy the whole thing to get the clutch), and a million little things replaced. I am a DIY kind of guy because, money is tight. Here is my question. My car was leaking Fluids… Oil and Coolant. We got the Oil problem fixed finally but, now the coolant issue has gotten worse very fast. If I start my car and idle it its doesnt overheat. I can run it till the gas runs out. If I hit 50+ it starts overheating but, once you slow down from that speed it comes back to normal heat. It not only comes back to normal it literally takes seconds (10 was the most) for it to return. I dont feel my car is overheating by any means but, I want to be sure. I have 4 children and dont want to be in a problem car while driving. I have to bleed the coolant about every 5 hours or a medium trip of 30 minutes. Does anyone know why my car seems to be overheating when I get to a certain speed and just quickly uncools when I slow, idle, or stop my car?