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Rad needs taking off and flushing out , if more than 1 rad cold you may need a system flush

Posted on Jan 15, 2013

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My temperature guage stays in the middle, is this ok?


Yes, the temperature gauge should normally stop in the middle, between the cold and hot points on the gauge. When the engine is cold the thermostat will be closed and will keep recirculating the coolant in the engine block until it warms up sufficiently. Then the temperature of the warm coolant will cause the thermostat to open the channel to the radiator to get rid of excess heat, which should stop the coolant from over heating. So the effect of the thermostat keeps the coolant at a fairly stable temperature. When the coolant runs low, it can't transfer enough heat to the radiator and the coolant and engine then over heats. Watch for radiator leaks under your car after you have been driving it. If the coolant goes low again fairly quickly you could have a leak in a hose or the radiator itself.

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Air can be purged. While your engine is cool remove radiator and reservoir caps. Place funnel in radiator. Turn heat to the highest position and start vehicle. Add coolant to radiator as needed while vehicle warms up. You should see bubbles coming out of radiator. Fill reservoir to between cold and hot fill lines. Replace caps when bubbling stops but before coolant temperature reaches normal operating temperature. Never remove the radiator cap until engine has fully cooled down.

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yes you could have air in the coolant system after replacing the hose. You need to bleed the coolant system.

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For temperature gauge remain at cold problem,click the link below :---http://technoanswers.blogspot.in/2012/02/temperature-gauge-stays-at-cold-on.html
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try checking your thermostat. it is under the top hose that comes out of the radiator to the block. if it doesnt move when you try to compress the spring in the middle then that is your problem.

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