Question about 2003 Nissan Maxima
One of the issues with changing radiators and/or thermostats id that you get air into the coolant system. Question: Has this just started after those parts were changed, or did you have the problem before. Some cars like BMW's are notorious for this issue. If air gets into the system then it certainly can cause this. On my work van was pulling my hair out and it was a very small leak at the radiator allowing air to enter. Have 35 years experience with cars and never thought that would happen.
Posted on Oct 15, 2013
Testimonial: "It started about a week ago, one day on the way home it started overheating. We got it looked at and they thought it was the radiator, so we had that replaced. It drove great for a week. No problems what so ever. Yesterday, it started overheating again and we took it back and they thought it was the thermostat so we got that fixed. Still overheating..."
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi,must of the time when fans stop working is because a fuse or a fan relay is burned ,it is also posible that the fan motor also burn out,there is a temperature switch at the cilinder head that can go bad and the fan will not go on. this should do it .....
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
SOURCE: 1995 nissan maxima overheating
you possibly need a thermostat or even a water pump you can fill up the coolant at the radiator cap..its a silver cap near the front ov the car you need to push down on it and turn counter clockwise
Posted on Oct 28, 2008
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
Most likely not. Pulling the thermostat will get you home, but not a great fix. Is it overheating driving down the road or sitting still? If it is overheating driving down the road, look for a clogged radiator or stuck thermostat. If it overheats sitting still, look for your cooling fans not coming on.
Posted on Mar 06, 2009
CHECK THE FUSE BOX ON THE DRIVER SIDE UNDER THE HOOD. CAN BE EITHER YOUR COOLANT TEMPERATURE SENSOR NOT WORKING TO LET THE FANS KNOW TO TURN ON OR YOUR THERMOSTAT IS STUCK CLOSE OR THE FUSE FOR THE FAN MAY NEED TO BE REPLACED.
Posted on Jun 19, 2009
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