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Nissan Navara heating rising.Conidered to be the fan. Any idears?

Checked all hoses, On road temp only rises under load. Does not enter red and returns to normal when load removed.

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I sounds like a bad water pump. it just isn't doing it's job. Don't wait to long to change you don't want to do any damage to engine . GOOD LUCK FRIEND.

Posted on Nov 24, 2014

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SOURCE: 2001 dodge durango temp. is high

use 50/50 mixture of coolant/water, use synthetic oil or no more than 5w 30. Change thermostat, make sure fans come on when idleing, otherwise change relay

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SOURCE: just replaced radiator, but temp. gauge is rising to the red line

preform a pressurized collant flush , take it to a raidior shop to have it done , they will clean and blow out all blockages that might cause your car to over heat. also check to make sure you dont have air pockets in your anit freeze, if you do you need to bleed the system out after you have it flushed , your car should have a blead valve to let out the axcess air ,if not drive it down the road with the cooaint overflow cap off , not the radiator but you need to flush out the system first , add new anti freeze then bleed out all air pockets, hope this helps

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SOURCE: I have a 1996 Ford Contour GL with 4cyl. 2.0

Have you replaced the thermostat as this could be sticking and causing your problem. Also i see you have flushed the rad but you still may have a blockage get a radiator shop to check flow rate

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SOURCE: 2002 VW Jetta 1.8T: Coolant temp began rising to

volks 2001 1.8 T wolfsburgh . overheats to dangerous levels just after 2-3 min. of driving . let it cooldown an hour , drove again same thing 2-3 min. noticed fans not working , tried to crank the heaters inside , mostly cold air come in. easy fix or not?

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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The top radiator hose was replaced now the temp goes to the red zone ,when the heat is on high the temp slowly rises and when the heat is on it slows the heating down


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