Question about 2000 Nissan Altima
I replaced the radiator, and I have been driving the car and letting it to cool down to add more coolant in order to get rid of the air pockets. This morning, I drove my car to work. The temp gauge was a little higher than the middle position. But at a certain time, it dropped back to the middle position and then climbed up a little again. Is this normal? Or maybe there are still air pockets in the system? And when the car reaches its normal operation temperature, both of the fans would turn on (AC is off). Is this normal too? Thanks.
Try replacing the thermostat. Sometimes they can create a problem like this when they are not opening and closing at the proper temp.
Posted on May 11, 2009
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