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Overheating and now won't start

It overheated and I waited for it to cool down, added coolant, went to turn it on and nothing. Is there a reset button and if so, where is located.

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Hi when you say it overheated then when you tried it nothing does that mean the batteries dead why ? has it overheated and the batteries dead to has your fan belt broke and run the battery down as well or has the engine seized up ? yates210456

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CHECK THE FAN FUSE AND RELAY. IF THIS DOESNT WORK TRY CHECKING THE ELECTRIC FAN MOTOR HOPE THIS WORKS FOR YOU. GOOD LUCK

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You did not say if it is loosing coolant or water,
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Never use tap water,only distilled water from
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I may have added too much coolant. After adding it, I drove for about 15 minutes. A few hours later, the tempurature gauge light came on. I check the coolant level again and there was nothing in the...


No, you can't add too much coolant. Rather, it does not hurt anything if you do. Did you add it to the radiator, or to the overflow tank?

Let it cool, then remove the radiator cap, and if needed, add coolant to the radiator. Put the cap back on, and fill the overflow tank to the "full - cold" line. Start it and run it a few minutes and look for leaks. If you find no leaks, drive it for a day or two, then let it cool and check it again. If it is down a lot (without overheating), you have a leak somewhere. If you lose enough coolant, that will make it overheat. However, if it overheats, that can cause loss of coolant, when you stop the car, you will see steam and smell coolant, and often hear it boiling.

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