Question about 1998 Nissan Altima
My altima (2.4) has been overheating recently, some say head gasket but there is no oil/antifreeze mixture so i question that fact, also my resoivor bubbles when this happens, could this just be the issue of a thermostat?
It may be the thermostat, but you should also check:-
1) Coolant level is at correct level (full) when checked cold- prior to running,
2) Cooling fan/s are running normally as they should when coolant temp rises,
3) A coolant hose on the suction side of the water pump is not collapsing (due softening) causing restricted coolant flow,
4) Radiator coolant core is not blocked, or radiator heat dispersion air fins blocked with insects/grass,
5) Engine does not have other running problems that cause it to overheat.
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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