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1998 isuzu missing alittle bit. Running hot. Radiator replaced. What is my problem


missing a little and running hot are indicators that you could have a head gasket problem. have it tested for a bad head gasket. the missing could be caused by coolant leaking into the cylinder causing a misfire, because of a bad head gasket. running hot is another indication of head gasket. if the rad cooling fan working properly. I think these have what is called a clutch fan which means, when engine is cold the fan turns slower than it does when its warm. if its turning slow when warmed up like when its cold it could be the fan causing the hot running.

Sep 28, 2015 | Isuzu Cars & Trucks

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Why is the cooling fluid in my 2009 Suzuki Equator coming out of resorvior


if overfilled cold that is the cause.
if not overfilled, a RAD cap or engine head gasket failure or is overheating or other bad things, (cracked head./block) etc.

make sure the RAD (under cap) is full cold
and side tank set to low.
then see if it does that.
and if the engine gets TOO hot.

Jul 06, 2014 | 2009 Suzuki Equator Crew

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Torque setting for 1972 Cororna


My manual shows an 8RC for 70 and 71 and an 18RC for the 72-74

18RC valve clearance HOT IN .008 EX .014 cold spec. .007 .013
Cyl head 72-82 Ft Lbs
Rocker caps 12-17 ft lbs
cam bearing clearance .001-.002
cam endplay .0017-.0066
oil tube 11-16 Ft Lbs

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TOYOTA 2.7 COLD START PROBLEMS


I just replaced the cyl. Head gaskets in my 97 toyota 4 runner 4cyl. And i having problems to start the engine when is cold, when is hot start like new

Jun 07, 2012 | 2007 Toyota Hilux 2.7

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Heat ...ac 2000 town and country


Sounds like more than one issue. 17 year old Chrysler, so it is not a surprise. Blend door actuator, HVAC power head are possibilities. If this is still powered by vacuum lines, they could have leaks at this age and nothing will work right. This all could require dash removal of various degrees to test and repair.

Nov 30, 2017 | 2000 Chrysler Town & Country

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Car warms up but heat takes a very long time to come on. Blows right volume of air and settings for various defrost,feet,head all work. Temp of air is cold for a solid ten minutes then system works fine....


There are many possible causes for this. A good place to start would be to make sure your radiator fluid is filled up to the cold level when the engine is cold and to the hot level when your engine is hot.

Jan 03, 2011 | 2005 Chrysler Pacifica

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Replaced head gasget and since that the tappets have being noisy set them to what it said could you help thanks


http://www.izook.com/shoptips/valves/valves.htm

Here is the procedure.
They give hot and cold specs.
The hot specs are much larger, and you might have set them when too cold to use the hot specs.

Or you many not have set the crankshaft to TDC and done the right set of valves.
But being overhead cam, you should have easily recognized whether or not the cam was free from pressing on the tappet.

I also do not recommend light oil like 5w-20. I prefer 10w-40 or 20w-50 unless you live in a very cold climate.

Mar 19, 2010 | 1999 Suzuki Vitara

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1995 Ford Probe, won't turn off...keeps overheating, even after thermostat replacement.


OK how hot does it get Boiling and loosing all coolant in header tank and radiator/at what milage from filling to stopping because of overheating??????????????????????
Problems could be blockage in water system (radiator /thermostat in the correct way around/bugs and dust in radiator inner and outer core/water pump faulty (will cause hot top hose and cold bottom of radiator ) or even bottom hot /top cold ..and if all the above is good then your problem is that you have a BLOWN HEAD GASKET and the compression is being forced into the coolant system as the compression is above 110 PSI and can be forced into the coolant area and hot gases cause overheating.....
Let me know how you get on A.S.A.P Ron

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I have a 1995 oldsmobile. The passenger side blows hot, regardles


try disconnecting the battery to re sync the two temperature control blend doors, if that doesn't work u will need to replace the control head or the drivers side blend door actuator.

Jun 23, 2009 | 2005 Dodge Durango

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