Question about 2000 Hyundai Elantra
Hi Dwight, sometimes a new thermostat can be faulty,it is easily checked by simply boiling in a pot of water for example if the thermostat opens at 180 deg once the temp is there you can visually see it open, also check the water pump for seepage you might not have the circulating volume required (cavitation) another option would be to check the coolant temp sensor,I doubt the radiator would be so bunged up it would not circulate but it has happend. be aware that if you flush your system read carefully the specs of your product as some products are ******* pump seals etc hope this will be of some assistance to dwight good luck
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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