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Engine fan constantly stays on while car is not over heated
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: overheating engine, but no water
A number of possibilities...
1/ lack of coolant in system,
2/ coolant supply to interior heater blocked / controls jammed,
3/ failing thermostat switch to engine fan
4/ failing water pump
#2 may be separate problem and I would check out #3 - after #1, of course!
Hope this helps - if not hold the rating and add a comment below. Cheers, D.
Posted on Jul 22, 2008
Hi, you should start by checking your temperature suith at the cilinder head and the fan relay , those are the must comon for the problem you describe, ( be sure you chech all the fuses)GOOD LUCK......
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
SOURCE: car overheating
Check whether water is coming out of the air bleeder pipe behind the carburator. If not, the heater unit water flow is blocked. You can notice this when turning off the engine. You can hear the water grumbling. at the back of the engine. Normally when it overheats the water flows back to the expansion tank and water will overflow through the cap. Make sure you are bleeding the air well after working on the water system of this car.
Posted on Mar 29, 2009
the thermostat can be easily changed from up top, the T-stat is located at the engine end of the upper radiator hose under the flange the hose connects to. Make sure u follow manufacturer's cooling system bleeding procedures when you refill after the T-stat is changed out.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
YOUR ENGINE IS OVERHEATING POSSIBLE CAUSE THE THERMOSTAT STICKING CLOSE. ALSO CHECK ANTIFREEZE LEVEL. MAKE SURE ITS NOT LOW.MAKE THE RADIATOR CORE AND GRILLE NOT RESTRICTED.NOT ALLOWING AIR FLOW.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
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