Question about 2003 Isuzu Ascender
The heating blower quits any time and doesnt start again
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 92 isuzu rodeo overheating still
u says that u didn't replace the thermostat yet
Your thermostat is sticking. DO NOT DRIVE if the car overheats, you can do some serious engine damage, if you haven't done so already. Get the thermostat changed out immediately.
What happened is your thermostat is sticking. It was stuck and you saw it overheat (and should have stopped immediately). The added pressure from having a stuck thermostat pushes the fluild into the overflow.
The temperature may have gone back to normal if the thermostat "finally" opened. However, since the thermostat is sticking, it is unreliable and I would get it replaced.
Driving when the engine overheats can easily cause gaskets, such as the head gasket to fail and heads to warp. If this has occurred, you're looking at a new engine.
Posted on Jul 13, 2008
Sounnds like a thermostat sticking open at times, or, the temperature regulator inside the vehicle is malfunctioning.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
Dirty terminals, happens all the time. Did you have the battery tested? Or just know it's OK? Did you check the water? How about the electrolytes? Get the terminals cleaned off with a wire brush, and scrape the insides, make sure they are tight. I have replaced more batteries this week, must be the weather. One was stone dead, 5 volts and still started the car?? Couldn't believe it, good car. The other 2 were dead with 12+ volts but wouldn't start anything, both got new terminals, and both got cleaned up. NO problems. Check it out. Lastly, the solenoid in the starter could be bad if everything else checks out, whack it with a hammer while turning the key, if it jumps, you found it.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
SOURCE: My lever that controls the
The blower motor has a resistor attached to it that probably has gone bad. When you use the fan select switch, power is sent through one of the resistor channels to control the speed of the blower motor.
You can test to see if the resistor is completing the ground circuit by connecting a wire from ground and touching it on one of the resistor terminals. If the blower motor comes on, then the speed control switch may be bad ( or the wiring harness is not making the connection). If the blower doesn't kick on, then try touching the ground wire on the negative side of the motor. The motor should rotate. If not the motor is bad. If it does rotate, the resistor is bad.
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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