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Check the fan belt. It may be broken

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Car is overheating


First make sure the cooling system is full. This might require letting it cool and filling it more than once though the main raditor cap. Then it needs looked over for leaks. If it won;t stay full it'll overheat. The hose from the recovery tank to the raditor connection at the cap is a problem spot and it the raditor can't **** the coolant from the tank back into the raditor the engine will soon get low. If these things are alright then you neeed to watch it heat up, and see what's happening. The engine should worm up and as it does the upper raditor hose will warm and but hot but not right away. The side of the raditor should start to warm up soon after that, Touching the raditor it should warm up evenly from top to bottom if it doesn;t it's clogged. If the hose and engine get hot and the pressure inside the hoses rise but the raditor says cool then the therostate is sticking and needs to be changed. If the whole radidor gets hot till everythings too hot and the fan does'nt come on then you need to test the fan and it's fuses and connections. The cooling fan will be comanded on if you unplug the coolant temperture senser that's pluged into the side of the therosate hoseing as it's where the upper hose connects to the engine. If the fan seems to be coming on and hot air is coming off the back of the fan and it's still getting too hot and you've decided that the whole radidor is getting evenly hot then the engine may have an issue. Exhaust clogged up ( cat canvertor, muffer bent pipes) The check engine light might be on and the reasons it's on need to be examinded.

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My 94 camaro is running hot at idle and while driving under 50. how do i know if my fan is working or what the problem may be?


The raditor may be only partly filled or stopped up. once running and warm if you touch the raditor it should be hot about the same all over. if the top part is hot and the bottm is cold then the raditor is stopped up. with the readitor removed and the hoses removed and a good high pressure water hose you might be able to wash it out good enough to get most of it working, don't forget to wash out the fins where the air goes though. a little soap in some sparyed on water and then reinise off good gets the dirt and bug juice off and it'll cool much better If a car comes into my shop and the raditor is more then 5 yeares since it was flushed and it appears to be partly stopped up i recomend it to be replaced. The fan should come on if you turn the aircomnditioner on, and if you let the car sit and run with the hood open it should also come on as the temperture gauge approches the red zone. it should stay on till the gauge is almost down to the middle. it shpuldn't take but a mintue with it just sitting there ideling to cool bach down with the fan running, Is the check engine light on? If it is the codes may indicate a fan relay problem or a overheating problem and you need to follow the rules for fixing those codes. Mixture control problems( codes ) can point out problems with overheating too.

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Not shure if I should replace the thermostat or water pump in my 03 chevy s10


If water pump leaking replace both, if not and truck is over heating start with thermostat.

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Overheating


Is the fan now working? Your engine will continue to overheat if you have not fixed the fan. Check the fuse for the fan, connectors, and replace the fan if necessary.

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1997 Mitsubishi Montero Sport LS raditor fan


they rigged the fan directly because the temp sensor is defective. nothing wrong. just don't forget to turn on always the fan switch. or if you want, replace the temp sensor.

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I have a Kia Sephia 01. I had my engine over heat and warp almost everything. i've tried replacing the thermostat housing three times but everytime i refill the coolant and it runs through the housing it...


Likely you are overtightening the housing. If you have paper gasket type, try using a double gasket. If "o" ring type, just use the gasket. When tightening the housing take up small amounts on both sides, alternating from one to the other. Tighten till it is firmly mounted but stop there. After filling system, check for leakage. if seepage is noted, take up on bolts one quarter turn or less till drip stops.always alternating from side to side. Unless you have the wrong thermostat in there this pretty much has to work.

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I have a 2003 PT cruiser having trouble overheating when i unplug the heat sensor the cooling fan goes on , when plug it in it shuts off


1 Inspect Hose Ruptured, Cracked or Leaking Raditor Hose. 2 Inspect Head Gasket Leaking Head Gasket. 3 Inspect Thermostat Thermostat Stuck Closed. 4 Inspect Raditor Cap Worn or Damaged Raditor Cap. 5 Inspect Raditor Raditor Fins Obstructed. 6 Inspect Belt Missing or Broken Water Pump Belt. 7 Inspect Heater Core Heater Core May Be Leaking Antifreeze/Coolant into The Vehicles Floor Area. 8 Inspect Intake Manifold Gasket Leaking, Worn, or Damaged Intake Manifold Gasket. 9 Inspect Cooling Fan Switch - Raditor Faulty Raditor Cooling Fan Sensor/Switch. 9 Inspect Water Pump Leaking Water Pump. 9 Inspect Raditor Fan Motor Faulty Raditor Cooling Fan Motor. 9 Inspect Relay - Raditor Cooling Fan Motor Faulty Cooling Fan Relay. 9 Inspect Fan Blade Broken, Missing, or Faulty Fan Blade(s).

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Won't start after 1 hr off and starts if left alone for 2 hrs


i would check the fuel pump and scan the computer when it fails to start ? moving the car sometimes causes the pump to run if its intermittant like yours ? one thing you can try to test this theroy is to when it wont start have someone try to start it while you tap on the gas tank lightly with a wooden malet if it starts then you know its the intank fuel pump ? if not igntion is your next test pull off the spark plug wire at the spark plug and stick a used plug onto it and let it ground on the engine have someone turn it over and watch for spark? repost if this dosnt help i can assist you with relay checks etc>

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1997 dodge stratus overheats....


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