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Ok guy i was wondering how would my car run with out a fan would i get all of my speed would it be bubbling?

How would a car run with out a fan i know it would overheat but wat other problems

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It would overheat, causing several other problems, such as internal parts damage, engine seizure.

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Ok, here is what I have found with the overheating problem with my 2002 PT Cruiser. I have got all the symptoms that everyone else has gotten form, it heats then cools down, gets hot when it idles, gets hot when AC is turned on. The bottom line here is that it gets hot when it is not going down the road or it may raise a little then go back to normal. This is what I have found after a new water pump, radiator, thermostat, cooling fan. What is happening is that the engine or radiator are starting to collect what I like to call calcium particles. so when the particles break loose they circulate around in the cooling system, when the radiator cap opens to let water out to the recory bottle these particles go out with it, however when the cap closes and tries to seal the radiator back up the particles get stuck under the seal therefor the radiator never pressurizes and continues to let water out filling up the recovery bottlle and then boiling over. I have proved this theory several times (and you can too) by letting the car cool down after a overheating tantrum and removing the radiator cap. Look at the rubber seal and i will bet you find these calcium particles built up on it not letting the cap reseal. I have cleaned the cap and put it back on and driven sometimes 2-3 days without a problem. The reason the temp will go up and down at times is because it deoends on whether or no the coolant has washed all the particles away when it opens and closes. Do a heavy duty and thorough cleaning of the cooling system making sure to get these particles out and you should be fine.

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