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Should I change the single cell radiator to one of double cell in order to prolong the engine in Nigeria having a hot weather

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SOURCE: FUEL COMSUPTION

average is 10litres/100km
dont touch airbags, sealed unit, and any tampering could set it off
most radiators are double or triple core already,
good luck

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Why should i change single cell radiator to double cell radiator?


Whatever camry from factory schould be ok
toyotas cooling systems is great if ok normal
dont need new and improved .aftermarket ok.try to get a good on
around here pick and pull

Jul 08, 2014 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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ENGINE SMEELS HOT AFTER DRIVING ANY DISTANCE.


Hi Dianne, sorry, but I have to ask: after the oil change, are you sure the oil was re-filled? Maybe some got spilled on the exhaust manifold and needs to burn off (any smoke?) Is there coolant visible in the overflow tank? If the coolant is low, perhaps there is a leak in a hose to and from the radiator. "Hot smell" can also be rubber burning, i.e. drive belts, clutch pressure plate. Hard for me to tell w/o being there-hope this helps!

Jan 29, 2014 | 2008 Subaru Legacy

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1996 ford ranger has crack in radiator. starting to stall is this a coincidence


1) Replace the radiator, it won't get better and will cause BIG problems later on, the plastic and aluminum radiators are fairly cheap (check rock auto for price)
2) Replace the TFI (thick film ignition) module mounted on the side of the distributor. Very common problem with Ford ignition systems
Something in the module opens when it gets hot, then works fine when it cools off. It's like someone turns the key off while driving, no warning, sputtering etc.You will need a thin wall 5.5 mm socket to change the module. Most auto part stores have a special wrench setup just for changing the module and it only costs a couple of bucks and makes the job a breeze. make sure you put plenty of dielectric grease on the mounting side of the module for proper installation (usually included with the module)

Mar 13, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Hi, I use a Nissan Altima 2002. Sometime ago the car overheated badly and I had to change the top cylinder with gasket including radiator from single cell to double cell. It worked. But another problem...


You have an intake leak, either a vac hose isn't on, or the intake manifold gasket or throttle body gasket isn't sealing as it should. Spray some starter fluid around the intake area and focus in on the area where the motor revs.

Mar 01, 2011 | Nissan Altima Cars & Trucks

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Removing the transmission cooling line fron


These lines just run straight through the radiator to provide cooling. You can bypass the radiator by adding a transmission fluid cooler, during the cold weather in a pinch, a replacement transmission hose with 2 clamps can be connected between the 2 transmission lines to correct leakage, but in warm weather, the fluid suffers if it doesn't get the benefit of a cooler.

Aftermarket coolers are relatively inexpensive, especially compared to the long term benefit of keeping the fluid degrees cooler, prolonging the life of the trans.

good luck

Feb 22, 2010 | 1996 Dodge Ram

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Driving in very hot weather, stopped at light,


you may have blown the head gasket.
or
check the coolant level,is it low?
if it is ok,check the fan switch on the radiator,change the thermostat,and check that the fan is working.
the fan has to work,saab engines run very hot.
there is a after run fan switch as well that measures engine compartment temperature,and can start the fan even with the car off,so be careful.

Sep 06, 2009 | 1995 Saab 900

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FUEL COMSUPTION


average is 10litres/100km
dont touch airbags, sealed unit, and any tampering could set it off
most radiators are double or triple core already,
good luck

Feb 15, 2009 | 1999 Toyota Camry

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It overheats. Later found that the radiator fan stopped working.


hi
Radiator has inlet and outlet, top side of the radiator is outlet and boton side you have pipe that is inlet pipe so you can get thermostat on the top side where outlet pipe fited remove the pipe then remove the some polts on the thermostat housing.when you fitted new thermostad dont forget to put new gasket atherwise it will leaks.

Dec 02, 2008 | 2001 Chrysler Town & Country

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2004 dodge ram is over heating, the thermostat and fan clutch have been replaced.Doesn't(over heat) in cool weather,but will in mod. weather if driven over 70mph or hilly terrain due or increase of rpm,and...


Water pumps can stall out, but do you have air trapped in system.
Had you recently had the system "open" to replace hose, thermostat, temp sensor. Some Ford and GM have a bleeder screw on a high point in cooling system to bleed out trapped air.

Check your trans fluid color. Since the trans cooler is built into radiator (automatics)

IF the engine is overheating the trans CAN overheat
IF the trans is overheating the engine CAN overheat

They share the same cooling source and trans fluid gets hotter than oil, but yet it has a wimpy cooler built into radiator. Maybe add trans oil cooler to system.

Also outside temp affects the cool down rate of the radiator, ie...hot air trying to cool down hot radiator/engine is less effecting than cool air cooling hot radiator/engine

Aug 06, 2008 | Dodge Pickup Cars & Trucks

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