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Back flush the radiator and engine of pressure water

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Running hot

A 1992 honda, well, there are a few things that may be cause the problem.

Here are a few ideas, first is the cooling fan working, is it coming on when temp starts to run hot?
The next problem which is costly would be the head gasket, you would need to do a block test, there is a kit that you can try, its a tube that you fill with a liquid that starts off blue, you drain coolant down a little , the tube goes into radiator hole where the cap is, remove cap and start engine, stick tube into hole and with a rubber ball you squeeze ball which sucks fumes out of radiator through liquid, the reason to drain coolant a little is so you do not get coolant into liquid in tube, if the color changes to a yellow you have a bad head gasket or cracked head. you can also have a shop run this test.

The last thing would be the water pump, if the cooling system is rusty looking or not i have seen the impeller on the pump rot away and then the pump will spin but not make coolant flow to cool engine.a good way to test this would be to make sure coolant is full and start engine from cold and let it run every so often feel upper and lower radiator hoses, if car starts to run hot feel hoses they should both be hot, if one is hotter than the other then it could be pump.
Hope this is helpful, good day

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Dipping of rusty water

yep heater core in dash leaking,sound like heater core rusted out if you used straight need to have radiator and engine block flushed because rusty water is in the entire coolant system, you need flush coolant system replace thermostat add 50/50 antifreeze and water mixture never run straight water because straight water in winter weather will cause water freeze up in cylinder block and crack cylinder block you need antifreeze mixture in coolant system to keep coolant from freezing.

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Water is boiling when moter is turned off and the water looks rusty but is not over heating 2001 pt crusier

Drain, FLUSH ENGINE and replace coolant with 50/50 pre-diluted antifreeze. You should never have rusty looking coolant, some one has obviously put water in the coolant system at some point. NEVER put just water into a cooling system. ALWAYS use 50/50 antifreeze/coolant ONLY of the type recommended by manufacturer. Poor coolant system maintenance will cause overheating and subsequent cooling system parts damage and engine damage/failure.

May 21, 2011 | 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser

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My 1996 Monte Carlo is running hot but not overheating.. I keep having to put water in it... there is no hot air coming from the heater... and a really rusty liquid blew out of the overflow for the...

Is the car leaving puddles of coolant? It is usually pretty obvious if a water pump is leaking and is a good place to start if you are noticing puddles. If you are seing puddles you can get a pressure tester and pump up the cooling system and check for leaks. If not, the water has to be going somewhere and my guess would be a bad head gasket. The fact that you said that it blew rusty liquid out of the overflow suggests that exhaust is getting into your cooling system and is not good and means cracked head or bad head gasket. Does your oil look milky? If so that is not good and means either a bad head gasket, cracked head, or bad intake manifold gasket. Do you notice excess steam coming from the exhaust? Hope this helps.

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Engine runs hot Ihave cleaned the radiator, replaced the cap, replaced the thermostat

First I have seen it happen before, is the spring side of the thermostat facing in to the engine, just had to ask, check your fan clutch, with engine off spin fan with your hand, should only turn about 3/4 of a turn, if it just spins freely bad fan clutch replace it.

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Totally rusted radiator ,what this eventually does to water pump ect.

If the radiator is rusty then the entire system is rusty. You need to drain and flush the cooling system, replace the thermostat, and install a fresh supply coolant. Use a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water. If the radiator is really bad you may have to replace it.

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V reg volkswagen passat, heater blows cold air. Temperature gauge fine, undone pipes and flushed out system, liquid was brown and rusty, warmed a little after this but still cold. All pipes leading into...

As it was rusty i would assume the poor thermostat has been abused, it's in the waterpump and a few minutes to change.They are £6+ from main dealer.If in the open position(wax has no life left to open or close and spring keeps it open) this is why all seems fine but no heat.With the thermostat in the open position(faulty) your car will use more fuel and wear and tear on the engine particulary at cold starts will increase so change it sooner rather than later.

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Automatic - overheating blowing coolant out of rad cap and expansion tank. Fan working OK. No oil in water, although quite rusty coloured. Oil level OK and no increase or decrease on dipstick. All clear...

Most likely the thermostat is sticking. Get the system flushed (get that rusty liquid out of the system), replace the thermostat & put in new coolant. Should fix it.

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