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1991 escudo water not getting thr to throttle sensor theres no airlocks just had head done new water pump

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Run engine with no radiator cap and bring to operating tem to attempt purging air. Do not drive with cap off.

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Why does my 2006 suzuki escudo idle too high once the engine has warmed up, almost like the automatic choke is jammed on but revs are higher than when choke is on

first off no 2006 has choke, i now you are not here, in uSA.
this engine, no size stated or name.
IS this the G16 engine, post a photo of engine,, and we can tell you, every time.
here are the engines used on all 2nd gen Escudo's

1.6 L G16B I4 (petrol)
2.0 L J20A I4 (petrol)
2.5 L H25A V6 (petrol)
2.0 L RF/RFM I4 (diesel)
2.0 L RHW/RHZ I4 (diesel))

the g16 never races, if there are vacuum leaks.
it stalls. or low RPM
high RPM on this G16 is caused by ISC failures.
we clean them every 60k miles, like the book asks.
this engine has EFI , electronic fuel injection and has 16valve head, and the fuel is metered via a MAF sensor.
the ECU controls hot idle all them time
there is a cold start air valve, called IAC,
this is pure thermal device below the throttle body.
and can stick open ,
or the engine does not reach 180f the ISC will no close
even a newone will not close until 150f is crossed !
also not getting coolant changes, the water line to the IAC valve will clog and make it fail, clean that clog and it now works
also the TV can gunk up

see that throttle body , inside is the TV, the throttle valve
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this G16 site covers all failures

gunk 101 clean it, or the TV sticks open

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1990 ford ranger fule pump change out no fule to the moter. Whit can it be ???

crank position sensor/camshaft position sensor/throttle position sensor/fuel regulator//airlock.
How far down the system does the fuel flow? If you have have had the vehicle serviced recently have you had the fuel pressure measured ?

you do not say which engine you have or whether it is petrol/gas or diesel or something else. Please add detail and repost the query.

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I agree with your logic. Attached vid addresses bleeding. Sounds like at low rpms, not enough flow to transfer the heat. So bubble or maybe a partially obstructed core. There are a couple of vids on clearing a core... GOod luck, let us know if you figure it out.

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Kia carnival 2000, have replaced radiator, water pump, timing belt, intake, full service and now its over heating, using water and water in oil

if the oil is getting coolant in it sounds like a head gasket when the work was done there was a air pocket not cleared out and after over heating the head gasket can fail or if it got hot enough some thing might have cracked

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Mg zr overheating,not thermostst,seems to have airlock but not that??mystery which many others seem to have??

First thing you have to make sure that the cooling fan are working,not the a/c fan. Make sure all the hoses are the same temp. If not the thermostat most likely it my be the water pump.

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What is the possible response to a 1991 Toyota Corolla that has the tendency to overheat. Gaskets are new and it just had repair work done within the last two days. Sensor has been changed. Timing has been...

You either need a new thermostat or the water pump impeller is worn out,this is if the rad fan is working,if the rad fan is not working then you likely need a coolant sensor or a rad fan relay.the water pump impeller is not a serviceable part ,so of it is worn you will need to replace the pump.

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My radiator continues to boil over, I have to continuously put water in radiator. I have put new water pump on, themostat been changed. Continues to lose water,

have you checked your engine oil for any signs of water in it? It looks like a head gasket problem if there are any signs in oil, otherwise the system has an airlock and needs to be bled properly.

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1991 Jaguar XJ6 Soverign 4.0 Water in the engine oil

Get engine warm and do a compression test. This easily eliminates head gasket. Head gasket is a biggish job and time wasted if it is not the problem. Part throttle breather unlikely as this is a vacuum applied to the cam cover, so water is unlikely to get in there as the air is coming out of the engine. But, if water is in the inlet manifold, could it be the inlet manifold to head gasket? I can't remember for sure, but I think this is water heated? If so, that is probably your culprit. If not, it sounds like a top end water leak and unlikely to be head gasket, head gasket leaks nearly always show up as steam out of the exhaust - "white smoke". Hope this helps.

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Replacing bad camshaft position sensor

  1. Disconnect battery ground cable.
  2. Remove water pump pulley attaching bolts, then the serpentine belt and water pump pulley.
  3. Disconnect sensor wiring connector and remove sensor retaining bolt.
  4. Twist and pull sensor to remove.
Reverse procedure to install and prior to installing new sensor, lubricate sensor O-ring.

It is located under the water pump. Make sure when you remove the sensor that you rotate the crank shaft and look in the hole to make sure the pick up magnet is still in there. Sometimes they come loose and cause a no start or long crank. You will need to have the code cleared still.

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What could it be

Hi, I think you have an airlock in the pump,You need to drain the water totaly when stone cold.Drain radiator and disconect hoses from waterpump and top hose from themostat. Reconect pump hose and add water slowly into radiator through top hose untill rad is full then squeeze bottom hose vigourously,You ll feel the water tension in the hose, Connect all hoses and top up water level. This must be done cold as hot and cold water will cause an airlock. Hope this helps you out.All the best.Phil

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