Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Montero
Temp gauge pegs hot after about 10 minutes driving. Does not boil over. If I open radiator cap while running does not appear fluid is moving. My wife has driven it to & from work like this several times 20 miles each way. Can't really tell if it is overheating or not. Hot air blows from heater just fine.
Any help would be great
Sounds like the thermastat is stuck closed. The water in the engine would get very hot while the radiator remains cool.Don't drive the car this way as serious engine damage will occur.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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