Question about 2002 Nissan Pathfinder
Check the coolant level first. Make sure it's full. Aloso it could be the thermostat. It is located at the end of the hose that comes out from the radiator. Drain the coolant level below the thermost. You may have to remove other components to get to the thermostat. Loosen the bolts and the thermostat is under the housing at the end of the hose outlet.Be sure to buy the exact degree and size thermostat. When you replace the thermostat add a little bit of silicone sealant around the gasket to healp keep the thermostat straight and the gasket sealed.Also put some around the housing and engine where the bolts go in all around the area. replace all components and refill with coolant .Replace the radiator cap. Bleed the system by starting the car and running it to operating
tempreature. Then turning off the engine and let it cool down. Then turn the radiator cap to let any trapped air escape from the sytem. refill again and replace trhe cap.
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
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