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Motor gage getting up just put new water pump and raditor and flush it

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the only thing I can recommend is to put in a flush tee not the hose going to the water pump but the one going to the engine open up the radiator and drain that first then fill with water get some radiator flush and run the car about ten minutes drain that out using the flush tee and a garden hose and run till it is clear with the engine running after clear close drain plug on radiator and fill with antifreeze and make sure to get all air bubbles out and you should start getting some heat and if you don't after doing all this replace the heater core but check the hoses coming from the heater core to make sure one of them is not plugged

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COULD BE FAULTY INTERGRATED RELAY ON TOP OF RADIATOR SUPPORT IT SENDS POWER TO COOLING FAN MOTOR MAKE SURE YOUR FAN MOTOR IS GETTING GOOD GROUND. .ALSO REPLACE THERMOSTAT AND RADIATOR PRESSURE CAP.

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I had a bottom radiator hose blow off my 05 equinox and I flushed the block then the heater core a d changed the thermostat put all new coolant in and still keeps overheating


What about the radiator? Water pump? Can you check for coolant flow? There could be air in the cooling system? Do you trust your temp gage? Are there overheating issues besides the temp gage showing hot, like coolant overflowing, under the hood, somewhere?

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Your dipstick is supposed to be hot. The oil runs over the hot mechanisms and back into the pan and cooler oil cycles through again. The warmer your engine the better it will run. ( don't want it to overheat though) my car runs about halfway between the middle and three fourths mark on the thermostat. And it runs great. Hope this helps!:)

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Have a 1993 Buick Century that keeps overheating. New thermostat put on, new water pump put on, radiator has been rodded out & flushed & engine flushed. Help!!!!


You do not mention the fan. Is your fan working? Start the engine and turn on the A/C this should force the fan on. If it does come on with the A/c you will have to see if it comes on during normal operation ( start the engine w/o A/c and let it run until the temp gage gets into the red) If it does not come on by itself you have a bad block temp sensor / or fan relay circuit.. Hope this helps Fix Ya up. If you have to in case of emergency, straight wire the fan from the battery. It is a two wire motor. One positive and one negative wire (12vdc). Watch the fan blades for rotation and wiring polarity, the fan pulls thru the rad.

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#1 If It's a 2000-2006 GM the stepper motor in the cluster may be the problem.
#2 There may be air in your system. Bleed out the air and the Antifreeze flows a lot better.

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I'm trying to perform a radiator drain (flush) on my 1999 Buick Century Limited. I need to know how.


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then run in top hose to flush back then lower hose again. that should clean it out.

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When I'm stopping and the car is on. The temperature when up


Sounds like the raditor fan has stopped working. Cheak to see that it does and if it does then wash the raditor with soap and water trying to blow water though from the engine side out the front as maybe ait can't get though cause of bugs or dirt. after that the raditor can be flushed if it's not too dirty but modern raditors if not flushed before you have troble need to be replaced as they don't flush well after they stop up.

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The engine is overheating. Removed the thermostat, radiator fans not kicking in, noticed collant leaking from were the water pump is located.


If the water pump is leaking, then you need to replace it, replace the thermostat as well. Make sure you have got all the air out of the cooling system, when you refill the coolant, by undoing the top hose of the radiator till water comes out, likewise with a heater hose, then start and check, when the temperature is right the fans should cut in, keep an eye on the temp guage whilst doing this.
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Put stop leak in rad


the only thing I can recommend is to put in a flush tee not the hose going to the water pump but the one going to the engine open up the radiator and drain that first then fill with water get some radiator flush and run the car about ten minutes drain that out using the flush tee and a garden hose and run till it is clear with the engine running after clear close drain plug on radiator and fill with antifreeze and make sure to get all air bubbles out and you should start getting some heat and if you don't after doing all this replace the heater core but check the hoses coming from the heater core to make sure one of them is not plugged

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Hot exhaust comming out of the raditor cap


have you flushed out the radiator ? get some radiator flush and flush it out. There could be a blockage in the radiator.

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