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When the vechicle is cool down, Check the coolent level in it, If it is down add some to the rad , Or resivor,

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Is water suppose to be coming out of spout on radiator....I put water where coolant goes n it just shoots out?? And car overheats


car over heating because thermostat faulty its stuck closed not opening allowing coolant flow from engine to radiator.hot climate need 50/50 antifreeze and water.straight water will boil away at 212 degrees. engine can get hot as 225 degrees you need add coolant to raise engine coolant boiling point temperature.

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Where is the spout connector located when trying to check the timing on a 1995 ford explorer ?


The spout is located in the front left (drivers) side of the engine compartment. Below is a picture of it's location (marked with a red arrow). Also below is a picture of the spout connector itself. Your timing is not adjustable but per specs, with the shorting bar removed on the connector you should be running at 10 degrees before top dead center (BTDC) Hope this helps.....

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I have already replaced the radiator and thermostat but my 91 Honda Accord still overheats, why?


Run a cooling system pressure test. If you are losing pressure, then you will have to first locate the source of your leak.

With the engine started and the radiator topped off with coolant, does the radiator spout water out of the top? Does the spouting become more aggressive with engine revs? Yes? = Blown head gasket, or cracked cylinder.
No?- check operation of radiator cooling fan. With car stationary and hood up, run engine up to temperature and make sure radiator cooling fan kicks in before the engine temperature rises too high.

Nov 03, 2012 | 1991 Honda Accord

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Overheating antifreeze must of leaked out


Refill radiator with engine cold.
If no drop in water level when full and with the cap off, then restart the engine.

Does the water spout out of the radiator like a small geyser? If so, then you likely have a failed head gasket or damaged cylinder wall.

If the level drops but does not spout out of the radiator, then check the water pump for damage and leakage.

If you find it difficult to find the source of the leak, then you may need to use a radiator pressure testor to apply pressure to the system, to allow the leak to become more obvious.

Oct 31, 2012 | Jeep Cars & Trucks

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I'm trying to find the radiator on a 2001 mazda 626. Could you find a picture of what I'm looking for?


  • On this car the radiator is hard to see from the top accept for the fill spout. In the picture I put up you will see two red arrows. those arrows point to a shield where the radiator is located underneath. You can look, from behind the shield, down and see the radiator and two fans on the back of the radiator.


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May 01, 2011 | Mazda 626 Cars & Trucks

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Cant find radiator drain plug


  1. Open the hood.
  2. Look for the fill spout.
  3. From the fill spout go strait down the back of the radiator.
  4. The drain spout is right there on the backside of the radiator towards the bottom (see pic).
  5. Turn with a pair of Vice Grips or stick a little screwdriver in the hole in the center of drain tab.

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Apr 30, 2011 | 1999 Oldsmobile Silhouette

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Hi...I would just like to know what each symbol represents...i.e. a square bucket with water waves in the lower half with a fan in the center and an obvious spout on top...please lend a hand. We purchased...


A square bucket with water waves in the lower half with a fan in the center denotes or represents the coolant radiator.

This symbol comes on when the radiator water is low or when there is an issue with the radiator or radiator fan.

Simulate the car by parking close to a wall with the gear on park and the car running. Open the hood and take note if the radiator fan is rolling or if the radiator water is leaking.

Be careful not to open the radiator cap.

Good luck.

Apr 25, 2010 | 1998 Volvo V90

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Over heats and vibrates engiene


check and make sure both your radiator and your overflow tank are full of coolant.

Jan 22, 2010 | 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Check gauges light comes on


Sounds like a CPU problem. your radiator may need a good flushing a s well. i would also check the heater core for any unusual problems like seal break or leakage.

Feb 11, 2009 | 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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