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Use 12 gauge stranded wire; do not use the solid core wire; it is prone to breaking.

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My car is overheating a lot and i dont know why???

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1991 Chevrolet cavalier 2.2 auto Changed radiator, temperature switch, coolant sensor, thermostat, thermostat outlet housing adapter, gaskets. Gauge still shows running hot.. Max at 260-redline, But no...

The first hing I would do is confirm the engine temp with a scan tool. If the scan tool is reading a normal temp, 200 to 220 degrees with the fan coming on at around 220 degreese, and the gauge us reading much higher than the gauge is most likely bad. If the fans are not coming on than you need to look into that. Fuses, relays, wiring, fan motors would be the basic things to check. If you need more help with figuring out the fans let me know. If the fans are coming on, the temp gauge is reading the same as the scan tool data that there are a couple of possibilities. Either the system has air in it from nepot being properly bled or the headgket is bad forcing air into the system. Air will cause the cooling system to lock up. If you are try ing seeing the temp gauge spike to 260 degreese the head gasket is likely to have or will fail soon. Like I said if you have any further questions let me know and I'll be happy to help.

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My truck is not holding coolant in radiator, i have to put coolant in everyday. The temperture gauge runs to 260 after riding about an hour.

make sure the fan is working properly,Turning on around 210 degrees..If the fan is working it could be the radiator is bad..If the fan does not come on start checking the fuses.Look in owners manual under fuses ( fan ).

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Why does my 1996 jeep cherokee sport 4L bonnet get so hot and what can i do about it

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1996 Pontiac Trans Am 5.7 L LT1, The motor temperature gauge goes to zero, intermittently Is there 2 sensor, one for the radiator fan and one for the dash gauge, or is it the same sensor?

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Tempature gauge goes to high with full coolant.

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The radiator cooling fan(s) -- correct?

This sounds like the radiator-fan thermal switch is stuck or the wire going to it is grounded.

To stop it, find the switch (somewhere in/around the radiator) unplug the wire, tape the end of the wire, tuck it away somewhere.

To fix it will probably require a mechanic unless you have the experience.

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you know the fans are ok most honda have a two terminal switch at the right corner bottom of tthe radiator if you put a jumper across this terminal the fans should kick in, this indicates that the coolant temp sensor is bad replace it, secondly some honda have a temp sensor located right on the thermostat housing and you can disconnect the wire and just ground the wire and the fan should come on so replace the temp switch last thing to check for is coolant leak around the readiator seem i mean the edges the radiator being fiber glass may have hair crack through which antifreeZe keeps leaking out the only suggestion for honda is to replace the radiator.

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