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The car is hot but it does not hit up only when I go fast an stay going fast but when I go slow it gets cool again.

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Have you checked to see if the cooling system is full of fluid ?

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Temperature gage mid point will go back down and back up. heat ok.


You have a sticky "thermostat" valve.
It should stay "closed" until the engine warms up,
then open, to allow more coolant to cool the engine down.
If it is "slow" to open, your engine gets too hot, until it does open.
Then, the coolant cools down the engine, until the thermostat finally closes again.

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Will not have a thermastat make suv overheat its 2001 ford escape


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When the car is at operating temperature and the outside temperature is hot the car will not start


The car is obviously itself running at an above average tempareture thus adding to the effect of the outside tempareture having an influence because their is not enough cool air outside to cool down the engine fast enough and probably one or two electronic components are being affected by the intense heat as heat is a major problem in all electronic components causing them to break down, especially within a hot engine compartment of a motor vehicle.Contraction and expansion is what causes the fluctuation within the component's performance.This could very likely be an erratic electronic contact, and in the event of a carburettor model could also be a hot mechanical fuel pump. Try pouring water at a slow rate over the various components like the electronic module, some of the sensors on the engine, Hold a cool wet rag over the airflow meter, and place a cool wet rag around the distributor, the coil, etc.Sometimes even a hot relay switch can be a headache.As you go along try starting the car again after each cooling session on the various components and you will eventually find out which one is the problem. Good luck.

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DEFROST AND/OR HEATER TAKES LONG TIME TO HEAT UP. THEN IT'LL STAY HOT FOR 15 TO 20 MINUTES THEN GET COLD. THEN IT'LL SLOWLY GET HOT AGAIN. SEEMS TO STAY HOT LONGER AT HIGHWAY SPEEDS.


Sounds like a sticking/stuck thermostat.
Does your truck have cooling fans? If so, they should NOT be running when cold. If they are, you have a bad thermo sensor. If you have a temperature guage, what is it doing when you go from cold to hot to cold again?

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My van starts right up when its cold but after it gets hot and i slow down it stalls and won't start again til it cools down hours later all my vacum hoses are attached what is wrong?


Change the coolant sensor but make sure the coolant is full up in the radiator. When this sensor malfunctions, it sends the incorrect signal to the computor & it stays in the incorrect timing mode & the car stalls. The sensor is close to the thermostat housing. Good luck. When the engine is hot, unplug the sensor & it will start immediately. Again, good luck!

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My a4 overheats really fast. While the radiator is cool


The problem may be air locked in the engine causing the thermostat not to open. You may need to bleed the water line some were near the termostat or if it doesn't have one you can run the car without the radiator cap on it for about 3 mins but make sure you are not running hot.then put the cap back on with the heater on blast when the air starts getting hot the termostat has open. If air dosen't get hot then try to do steps again ontil air is hot and temp is about normal. Hope this info helps

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try replaceing your temp sencer. some time they are near the goose neck or on the block ok . and see if your fan sencer is working. good luck

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