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C185 Compressor Overheating

Flushed the oil system because it died and Hog maneur backed up in it everything is put back together and it overheats in 5 to 10 min at the Airend Shut off thermo what is wrong

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Pls check the thermostat. It is most likely a sticking or even stucked as that is basically its purpose, to restrict the coolant flow and allow the engine to reach operating temperature thereafter grant free flow of the coolant. It would seem that there is considerable delay in its opening and therefore the temperature rises above the normal operating temperature.

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Mothers Jeep did the same thing. We changed the water pump and solve the problem. heater worked amazing after swap also!

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SOURCE: My Jeep overheats while sitting idle. When I drive, the gauge goes down quickly. I have had thermostat and fan changed. I have also had the radiator flushed. What can it be?

we have a 2003 and it did the very same thing . Its called cooling fan relay it costs about 60.00 and is located behind the headlight assembly . not very hard to fix if you know anything about cars .

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SOURCE: Engine overheating at high rpms

check the casting on your replacement water pump..4.0l engines require a reverse rotating water pump..may be causing your problem.

Posted on May 16, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Craftsman Twin-V oil free air compressor.

Here is the parts diagram:

You have an inner and an outer balance weight. The weights are installed next to each piston with the connecting rod fully extended so the large side is directly opposite of the connecting rod.

The ecentric pin item 39 has to be removed from the motor (Threaded) so that you can pull the pin off of the motor shaft and through each of the connecting rods along with getting the weights in correctly once removed.

The key to getting the new weight installed is getting the ecentric pin off of the motor shaft. Look at the direction of rotation of the motor.... the ecentric pin threads will be the direction of rotation for removal.

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