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THAT IS PART OF THE ENGINE THERMOSTAT, a mechanic who told me ENGINE WAS BELOW THIS IS TRUE buscar

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1993 Lexus ES300 keeps overheating. I was told by a mechanic that I need to locate and replace the thermostat. I've purchased a new thermostat. Can anyone help me locate the existing thermostat?


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How easy is to replace the oil pan in a 1998 mercury mystique a mechanic told me he would have to raise the motor to change it, is this true.


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I have a code P0128, what is my problem is this in the cooling system?


This code is for your Coolant Thermostat - It's detected that the Coolant Temperature is below the Thermostat Regulating Temperature

This code may mean one or more of the following has occurred:
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  • Leaking or stuck open thermostat
  • Cooling fan running too much
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Check the following to see if it resolves your problem:
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OVERHEATING DODGE RAM 1500


Which engine?
Are you looking for a leak or does the engine just get hot?
It's been my experience that unless you have the timing too advanced (not probable on computerized engines), or there is a spun bearing (which would make noise), then an overheating problem is most likely (after the thermostat) the radiator being plugged up. It could have been partially defective to start with (no, 'flushing' doesn't usually help).
Bars leak will only make the problem worse.

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Do I need to replace the crank positioning sensor?


the sensor is not to hard to change takes an experienced mechanic a little less tan an hour if it does not brake. it really doesn't hurt your car to run with a faulty sensor but if the sensor competly craps out your car probably won't start i would get it repaired if i were you so your not stranded some where.

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