Question about 2004 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Fan starts quickly after start up not allowing engine to reach normal operating temp
There is suppose to be a temp sending unit what controls them, I have been told buy other mechanics, I yet have to see one before i will belive it, After being a certified mechanic for 45 years untill i retired from it this summer, But they must Exists , Just call A GM dealership parts department to find out about it, End where in the hell it is in the car, People have told me they are located on the side of the rad, That they screw into one of the saddle tanks on the side of the rad, But i yet have to find one on any GM car that i work on,in my life ,that is on the rad,
Posted on Dec 07, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 2000 Monte Carlo SS (89,000 mi)
That slushy brown stuff is signs of a blown head gasket. Have a code scanner hooked up to find out why the light is on, it will probably show coolant temperature sensor. Just out of curiosity, check the pvc valve (if your car has one), and see if it's clogged. If it is replace it, the crank case is not getting ventilated.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
this vehicle is equipped with a factory anti theft system if when you try to start the engine and the anti theft light is on then the starter won't start even if your check engine light is not on you would have to scan the body module to pin point the problem to see if it's the anti theft system or the starter, go to a auto parts store like auto zone or pep boys or western auto these store offer free scanning to there customers. if this information has been helpful please let use know good luck
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
The first thing I recommend is checking the fuse, then the electrical connections. If the fuse is good then I'd check the blower power wires, usually near the bottom of the glove box, making sure they are properly seating in their socket. You can further troubleshoot at this connection to see if voltage is getting to the blower motor. Use a DC volt meter, or a 12 volt tester light. The switch, relay, and blower resistor are other components in this circuit. Best of luck!
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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