Question about John Deere Garden
Temperature guage says running hot all the time
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Temperature guage shows hot
you need to make sure you have enough coolant in the radiator and oil in the car its better to take it in before you do some damage even that the engine is not hot its heating up inside very fast
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
Flushing the radiator, replacing the radiator cap, adding new coolant, replacing the sensors and a new thermostat solved the problem. Probably didn't need to do all of these things - but since we just purchased the truck, and given the fact that is probably hadn't been done in a while, we chose to do all of these things (which really didn't cost a whole lot), it's running like a charm now.
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
1 Inspect Fan Clutch Faulty Fan Clutch. 2 Inspect Air Dam / VALANCEat Broken or Missing Air Dam. 3 Inspect Water Pump Worn, Cracked or Leaking Water Pump.u have to have the check engine light reset
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Which engine does your forerunner have? They are not known for overheating, so you may have a problem in your cooling system. Is the system losing water? The first thing to do is get a pressure test of the cooling system done. At the same time ask them to test the thermostat. If all ok, Have the engine and radiator reverse flushed, and add corrosion inhibitor. Should be ok after this is done.
Posted on Mar 31, 2010
SOURCE: 1988 BMW 318i temperature guage
It could be the impellor wearing out on the water pump, though I have not heard of this issue in your make of car, I have seen it first hand in other makes. The thermostat may not be opening up all the way, flow restriction,. The coolant temperture sensor could be going out, and the gauge in the dash could be going out. You could have flow restrictions else where in the engine. Have you ever had the engine flushed? these are the things that I can think of that would make your engine run hotter than normal.
Posted on Nov 18, 2010
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