Question about 2000 Nissan Maxima
Could be a number of things, coolant? Or water? Make sure it is coolant, it boils at 265, water boils at 212.F, How about the oil? Checked it lately? It will cook an engine if it doesn't have any. Is the radiator clogged up inside or out side? Peek inside and see if you see rocks forming at the little openings. Outside full of bugs and grass? The thermostat usually stops working in the open position and runs cool, but it should be checked. The worst thing is a blown head gasket, it will have oil in the top of the of the radiator or water in the oil, also look for steam coming out the exhaust when it is running. A radiator shop can do a compression check and tell you exactly what piston it is. And give you a quote on repair, it is expensive. Upwards of $1500. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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