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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
do you have a air lock perhaps this will cause grief! you must bleed it out patients is a must for this.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
SOURCE: 96 nissan maxima overheating
Check or have the electric cooling fan or fans checked, to see if they are coming on, and the radiator cap checked. You've done everything else.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
You could have several issues here. A blockage in the radiator, bad coolant temp sensor, (not turning the cooling fan on) a bad cooling fan motor. sounds as if maybe one of these may be your primary issue, and the cause of the overheating that originally caused your head gasket problem. Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
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If you have white smoke from the tailpipe, coolant in the engine oil, engine oil in the cooling system, that indicates a head gasket failure. However, the most definitive way to test is to have a hydrocarbon test done on the cooling system (checks for exhaust gasses that obviously don't belong in there).
If the system comes up clean, you still can have either a leaking intake gasket, partially obstructed radiator (many times flush will go around obstructions not through them), a malfunctioning electric fan or fan relay, or even an obstruction in front of the a/c condenser or between the condenser and radiator (leaves, plastic bags etc) Don't forget though even if the cause is other than a gasket, if repeatedly or severely overheated the head gaskets can also fail. That is why complete testing is very important.
Posted on Jan 20, 2010
there is a pressure release valve (fitting) on near the thermostate housing. there maybe an airbubble in the system. while vehicle is running and heat, slightly loosen fitting to release air until you see nothing but fluids coming out
I replaced waterpump, radiator, flushed system and spend $$$$ which some of that was probably needed but in the end, I need to release the excess air out of the system. ONce I done that the temp gauge has remained normal.
Posted on Jun 14, 2010
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