Question about 2005 Mitsubishi Lancer
In addition to what the wiz has said it can also be cause by a faulty water pump (usually mounted on the front of the engine & can be easiliy found by looking for the pullies & belts driven by the engine). Water pump faults can include a faulty or loose pully for the pump ie broken belt, or too much "play" in the belt pully assembly, a leaking water pump, blown gaskets/seals. In short anything stopping or restricting the flow of coolant from your radiator to the engine block is going to cause over heating so also be aware of dodgy radiators & blocked or damaged lines ect. You should be able to easily trace the hoses going from your radiator, engine & pump as this is the path water takes to cool the engine.
Enjoy & good luck!
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
All engine overheating is du to malfunctioning cooling parts or coponents in the engine or attached to engine or car ... first ck for leak , coolant or water leak , then ck if the thermostat open on time to let the waterpass trhu ck the cooling fans if they working propely and kick on time , ck for an cloged radiator that neded to be fluch up nicolas
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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