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Overheated and will not staet

Car overheated I stoped let cool down all the way then it started and ran about 2 minutes and died but did not get real hot

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Does it start at all even sometimes like if you try and start it it it so is the car smoking at all

Posted on Mar 28, 2014

Testimonial: "No the car would not start trying several times ,but before it died I heard a soft clunk sound. It did not smoke at all or even try start"


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SOURCE: 2001 grand caravan overheating. then suddenly cool

Change your thermostat before it sticks closed completely. Sticky thermostat is usually the cause.
Another possibility is that your radiator fan temperature switch is going bad. This is usually located next to the upper radiator hose at the gooseneck on your engine where the thermostat is located.

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SOURCE: Problem started when son left inside lights on

Leaving the lights on overnight does not cause any overheating problems. Check the Radiator for a proper level of coolant. If dried inside most likely that is the reason it overeheated so quickly. Ask your son if he had ran over anything that day he had the car out. If not did he smell a foul oder or if the exhaust was white. Coolant turns white through the exhaust pipe if the intake manifold or head gasket is leaking internally

Posted on Dec 29, 2010

SOURCE: my 2002 dodge ran hot then wouldn't start up

Check the oil and see if there is signs of water in it... foam, white stuff or water/antifreeze. You might have just blown a head gasket , but more than likely you cracked the head.

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SOURCE: car dies while driving, took it to a shop computer diagnosed said camshaft sensor after changing the sensor they said try changing the computer but car is still dying. can the temp sensor shut my car

replace the crank shaft position sensor the cam sensor will make hard starting not no starting in most cases

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