Question about 2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Water is circulating in raditor, heater blowing air. I noticed the vehical overheating and turned the fan to high heat and the temp guage came down to normal temp.
Checked to ensure correct fluid level in vehicle.
Whats the next step.
Have you got an electric cooling fan on the vehicle or is it a viscous coupling? Most modern vehicles have thermostatically operated electric cooling fans that are operated once the vehicle reaches a certain temperature.
Have you noticed is it activating and running when you are parked and the temp gauge is above normal?
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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