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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Depending on the amount of miles, maintenance records, or how hard the car has been driven either by a previous owner, or by yourself. The engine's main crankshaft bearings or the connecting-rod bearings could be excessively worn.
Also, it could very well be a wiring problem to the sensor and/or computer causing the problem.
Posted on May 16, 2008
1. Check the level you filled the coolant to...If you overfilled it this will happen. 2. Did you add the correctly diluted antifreeze? 3. Check to be sure the radiator is unobstructed
Posted on Jun 14, 2008
hi the engine check is letting u know that a component on your engine has failed the computer stores this information is stored in the computer memory u need to go to a garage and say u want the fault codes checked they have a scanner to do this it could be a faulty part or just a bad connection hope it helps your mechanic should know this he must be a bush mechanic good luc mate
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
SOURCE: My 2001 chevy venture van
Make sure you have gotten all the air out of the system by running the car with the cap off for a bit.. also make sure the radiator overflow if at proper level.. next look at your radiator and see if it is plugged up with trash bugs what ever this will slow your cooling big time.. also look between your radiator and your air condition condensor and make sure its clean also there can be trash in there causing it to heat .. also check belts make sure they are tight.. really sounds like you started with air in system and system might be air locked needing to run a bit with cap off when cool. dont take cap off when hot ... make sure over flow is full also... thanks and holler if you need more. Jerry
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
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