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The high temp light keep coming on and the car goes into lemp mode. Had a import mechanic change the hose because one of the had a slow leak on it. The high temp light still coming on. He also install a new sensor.

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Try using car with the ac on and see if it still comes on ,the ac will turn the cooling fan on on teh radiator --try it to help diagnose the problem

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While driving down the road in my 2003 pontiac montana. The change oil light comes on and high temp warning light comes on. When the high temp light comes on the van losses all power.


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You need to find out why you have low oil pressure. It is normal that as engine rpm's increase, the oil pressure will rise- the oil pump is moving oil faster. Even though your light goes out, you could still have critically low oil pressure. There should be sufficient pressure at idle to keep the light off. The light will come on when your oil pressure is almost nil- I believe for some it's as low as 8 psi. Normally, oil pressure at idle is specified anywhere from 15 to 40 psi. You would have to check specifications for your Expedition. To verify oil pressure, hook up a mechanical gauge at the oil pressure sending unit on the engine block. Check with a local shop.

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Temp control problem - worked mint until pro mechanic changed leaking heater core. Heater controls are now a mess. Pro mech who fixed heater core, is still trying to figure it out. Help me help pro me


there is a few things to check .. the linkage on the side if it's misplaced. look for the temp control motor connector not connected or misplaced and check the vacuum hose to vacuum pack if they are at the right place and when you move the mode switch if vacuum pack work could misplace the vacuum hose

there is many system d?pends the year
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Engine is leaking coolant. Changed water pump, engine no longer overheats, still leaking. Appears to be coming from a gasket between the drive belt and oil pan but not sure what gasket that is.


if no visual water leak on the radiator n hoses orany water passage..
maybe it the cylinder head gasket,, this simpton is when u run high speed the engine temp also goes up

Sep 30, 2013 | Isuzu Hombre Cars & Trucks

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The top radiator hose was replaced now the temp goes to the red zone ,when the heat is on high the temp slowly rises and when the heat is on it slows the heating down


The system may have an air pocket in it. I remember the Toyota 3000 V6 were great for doing that. Look for a heater hose or something high on the motor that you can pull off to fill with more coolant.
If its not an air pocket then the thermostat could be stuck or the electic fan not coming on.

Sep 24, 2011 | 1998 Oldsmobile Aurora

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Hi, i have a mitsubishi montero 01, the air condition stops working due to leakage and my mechanic decides to remove the leaking pipe that goes to a unit(i dont know the name now) above the right rear tyre...


Make sure you have water in your radiator! The leaking is probably coming from there or a hose linking the radiator to the engine block. If there's no water, fill it up again (make sure your engine hasn't been running for awhile before opening it up). If there is water though, check for any hoses running the radiator to the engine if you can see them and make sure they are tight, look for wet spots on the hoses to see what might be leaking.

If this solves it, take it to another mechanic!

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Over heating on gauge, both fans on rad.


I would say check your coolant level, and change your thermostat. And see if it is high fans or low fans when they come on. There is a fan control relay down on the drivers side frame right under the air box that goes bad too if your fans arent working quite right to check if all else.

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Temp gauge goes high. Radiator leak just the


It could well be a faulty thermostat- test or replace same.
Could also be a blocked radiator core, - check coolant or airflow is not restricted,
Ensure any radiator leaks are repaired,
Ensure coolant level is correct, without airlocks - bleed as necessary on re-fill,
Check operation of cooling fan - ensure fan runs at appropriate engine temperature - if not check sensor switch and associated relay operation.
Thermostat is located at the end of top radiator hose where it connects to engine housing.

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Check for vacuum leaks. Split hose or pipe coming from or to the inlet manifold.And don't just look at them get in there with your hands and feel all around the hoses checking for splits cracks loose clamps .....
Let me know how you get on.

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