Question about 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue
If equipped with the 3.5 engine you may have a headgasket problem.
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
Check the radiator pressure cap and switch on the heater as your car idles to allow coolant circulation then fill the pipes if they have bubbles if not then U need to check the cooling fan is coming in if not disconnect the harness connected that is on the thermoswitch if the fan runs on high then your problem is on the thermoswitch.If the fan doesn't turn check the fan relay or fuses
Posted on Apr 11, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1999 volvo s70 overheating
Well My car I changed the head, and the head gasket. The gauge says the engine is overheating, but it is not true, the coolant is perfectly normal and no hose is inflating or whatsoever but the fan is always running.. You can blow your head or head gasket because the sensor is faulty ???!!!! Please I need an answer because I'm using my car for a couple of days even if it says its overheating ( It is not really overheating there probably is a faulty sensor.. ) but i'll stop using it if you can blow you head gasket because of a faulty sensor... !!!
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
SOURCE: ford focus overheating
my 2001 ford focus is trying to heat overheat but without the air condition then it go's down quick but I notice that my car kind of hisatates when I had my air on then the air condition feels warm. Then the air gets cold but you can feel when its going to get warm please help I always have problems with garages that try to take advantage of people that do not know about cars.
Posted on Oct 30, 2008
SOURCE: air lock in coolant system
I think I would try getting the radiator flushed and cleaned. Check for blockage. Also you can change your thermostat. Last but not least check the expansion tank cap and make sure it is okay. If everything is okay the cold air could be because of a clog radiator core. Sometimes there could be a partial head gasket breech causing the presure to back up. Do a compression check for each cylinder.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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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