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Rad fans stay on all the time. temp gauge sits at 30% no movement once it reaches 30%. start car normal, no fans, after 10 seconds fans come on does not matter what setting on controls A/C or defrost or heat does not change the fans speed

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I have a 02 Grand caravan that has new radiator, termostat, one new fan. the temp gauge goes up to max hot the drops right back down in seconds. what could be the problem?


it could be you have an air lock in the cooling system
remove the rad cap from the rad, start the engine and let it run until the coolant drops (add to fill it back up) or until the coolant boils out of the rad spout.

maybe pull the heat sensor. -replace it OR clean it off, reinstall it.

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Temp gauge not registering and cooling fan's run continuously


the temp gauge works of a different sender to the coolant sensor. IT has 1 wire only and changes resistance as the water heats up there by moving the needle on the gauge up the scale Check that the wire is tight on the sender unit and if so then replace the sender unit.. The difficulty in re starting the motor may be because it is over heating but you would not know this because of the faulty sender unit.

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1998 Isuzu Rodeo Temp gauge is normal and then it went to hot and then back to normal. Did this several times. Checked and the engine was not overheating. Had the thermastat changed.The same thing is...


Try starting engine when cold and rad cap, and/or coolant return cap off, and turn heater on. Let engine run and add coolant as necessary to rad as /if level goes down, and allow engine to reach normal operating temperature, and wait for the rad fan to come on, 2 or 3 times. Give engine a slight rev for 5 seconds or so, every once in a while while doing this, just to increase flow and help expel air better. Keep an eye on coolant level while doing it, and add as necessary, then put cap(s) back on, fill bottle to proper level, and try that. If that doesn't work, I'd question if air hole in thermostat was positioned properly when new one was installed, if you have a V-6 engine.

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check that the cooling fans are coming on ,

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What should the temp gauge in my 2005 911 C2S read in "normal" operation? The engine seems to start and run beautifully, but I have noticed that the temp gauge inside the car shows the engine warming up to...


they are designed not to fluctuate with engine temp and are kept stable once operating temp is reached. only if the temp exceeds a set mark will the needle rise to indicate overheating,

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Vehicle needs to purge all the air form the radiator. Jeep Grand


Start vehicle when cold. remove rad cap, start engine & put heater on (not defrost) and let it run for a while & top up rad as coolant goes down, to about an inch or 2 from top of rad. If you have electric rad fans, watch temperature gauge and around normal operating temperature or slightly above, they should come on for a minute or 2 then shut off. If not electric fans, just watch in top of rad for increased flow through rad, indicating thermostat has opened & coolant is circulating. Rev engine slightly every once in a while for 5 or 10 seconds just to help increase flow etc to help assist bleeding air out faster. Watch for increased flow in rad, 2 or 3 times at least, or listen for fan to go on & off 2 or 3 times before putting rad cap back on. As your doing this, keep topping up rad if it needs it. Make sure rad cap on all the way, check coolant return bottle level & add to mark if required, and you should be good to go. One of the things people forget to do the most, is to turn heater on while doing this, and that is usually what causes a lot of airlocks in the system, so don't forget that step.

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1990 Ford Escort GT is fine in cold weather, but when it get hot so does the car I mean very hot gauge is in the danger level.


1) Check & see if rad fan comes on when temp reaches normal operating range.
2) Consider flushing rad & changing thermostat if not done already.
Let me know about fan

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CHECK YOUR SPEED FAN RELAY ONE SIDE IS FOR YOUR AIR CONDITIONING YOU HAVE HI AND LOW RELAYS

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No heat in car and temp gauge rises while driving but stays half


With engine cold, remove rad cap & check level in rad. Top it up if needed to 1 or 2 inches from top. Start engine, turn heater on (not defrost) and observe coolant level as engine warms up, add if necessary. Radiator fan should be off, and only come on when engine reaches normal operating temperature, for a short time, then shut off again. Let it run until that happens about 3 times, then put rad cap back on. If temperature gauge climbs up over normal toward hot, too much, shut it off. Do you now have heat? Is rad fan acting as I described? Let me know.

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