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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
your AC condensation drain is plugged, go under the truck on the passengers side and near the bottom of the engine firewall you will find a tube, clear it out with a coat hangar.
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
The heater core is at that location. When cooled down check the coolant level. If its filled you may have an air pocket in the heater lines that need to be bleeded. If so start the engine when cold and idle for 15 to 20 minutes. Then slightly loosen the top radiator hose clamp till you hear a hissing noise. If a single formed wired clamp is there replace it with a worm driven clamp. Now as I stated before loosen it gently & wait till the hissing quits and coolant appears only and tighten back down. The bubbling noise should quit. If not the heater core has a prblem such as being plugged up somewhat. If not attended to it will get worst and leak inside your vehicle
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
If it is pure water, it is probably condensation from the air conditioner. If it is engine coolent, it could be a slow leak that will take time before it is low enough to overheat. Take note of the color and feel of the fluid. If it is orange or green and oily, it is coolent. If it is water, than it is condensation, unless you only put water in your radiator.
Posted on May 01, 2010
Check the upper radiator hose by touching it after you have run the car for awhile to see if it is hot. If so then the water is circulating in the system, if not then the upper radiator hose will be cold and the thermostat is stuck. replace the thermostat and your problem will fixed. Be sure to disconnect the negative ground wire from battery before you attempt to work on coolant system. hope this will help you.
Posted on May 12, 2010
SOURCE: just installed a radiator and
If you did not replace the radiator cap, replace it, it may not be sealing. If the cap was replaced and assumed good, and its pushing air into the overflow bottle then it is indeed overheating and you may have a head gasket leaking. A shop can do a "block check" where they use a fluid to check the cooling system for combustion gases, this fluid is blue, if it turns yellow then you may have a head gasket problem.
Posted on Sep 01, 2010
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