Question about 1992 Daihatsu Charade
Engine overheating can be caused by one or more of these reasons: 1) Little or no coolant/liquid in the engine cooling system, 2) faulty connections of hoses, 3) failure of auxilliary fan to operate (for FWD vehicles; temp sensor failure also) 4) cracks or leaks in the engine cooling system, and 5) failure of the water pump assembly.
Have these thoroughly checked out to find the cause of your problem. If all factors point to a sealed and working system, there might be a clog somewhere that prevents efficient operation at higher speeds.
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Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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