I purchased a 2012 Chevrolet Cruze in 2017. Since then, it has been problem after problem, first the water pump, then radiator. It currently has 151,000 miles, automatic base model, no warranty left. In October a radiator flush and A/C recharge was performed and things seemed fine, my ac was working. I drove it to work the next day (1 hour drive about roughly 40 miles there) and the cars coolant resovoir busted and the coolant went everywhere right when i pulled into works parking lot... My temp gauge did not indicate it was overheating at all. My work (car dealership) Looked at my car and determined it has been overheating for a while and i blew a head gasket.... $3,000 later i have a used engine with 70,000 miles put into it, new starter, gasket kits, thermostat, etc. It has been about 5 months since the vehicle was worked on and now im having the same issue. My A/C has not been working for 2 months so an ac recharge was performed again, and while the recharge was being done the radiator was smoking and a hissing sound was coming from the engine/radiator area. The car will start and drive but wll start to get hot quickly, even though my gauge does not go over the middle line... I am having it towed to my work to have them look at it, but they are a Nissan dealer and are assuming it is engine again and I cannot afford another $3,000 right now. I have had a check engine light on since the new engine was put in in October and the code says "intake manifold tuning" which they say is perfectly fine but is a hard code and willl not clear. No other codes come on.. My radiator fan is NOT coming on at all. Could this be a fuse, water pump, needing a new radiator???? PLEASE HELP!!!