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If it needs gas it has a leak. These coolers generally don't come with gauge access ports and need to be silver brazed into place. These systems have a critical charge and will not operate right unless the exact ounces of refrigerant are in the system. The temperature controls measure coil temperature instead of cabinet temperature. The wrong charge makes them run and run and they cant control temperature. Hope this helped.
probably a bad discharge temp sensor or a bad thermo valve which is really a thermostat you need to take the temperature of the running unit when it is running best way is to use a inferred temp gun at the discharge of the pump or watch you temp guage if it jumps around or is erratic the sensor is bad .compressor usually will shut off on high temp at 230f
Replace the radiator as the oil cooler in the radiator is split allowing transmission oil to get into the radiator. Best option is to use an air cooled transmission cooler mounted before the radiator. Cools the transmission to below ambient temperature ( not engine temperature) , helps the engine to run cooler ( no heat from the transmission) and no risk of oil in the coolant system. The cost of the system will be close to the price of a new radiator
Hi Anonymous, and the usual suspects are:
1. Insufficient oil supply or oil not circulating.
2. Leaking valves.
3. Heavy carbon deposit in combustion chamber.
4. Ignition timing retarded.
5. Normal engine oil tempurature 180-220 degrees.
6. No oil cooler.
p0116 is-- engine coolant tempurature ckt/range performance----- p0 128 is--coolant temp below thermostat regulating temperature. to fix these 2 codes are similar, change coolant tempurature sensor and thermotat all should be ok. make sure coolant in radiater is full. hope this helps you.
A code P0128 may mean that one or more of the following has happened:
Depends on where you are ... You can not make it run cooler ... what you might do is remove the thermostat which will let the water circulate all the time which might be a little cooler. BUT - If you do this, you will toss out the profile your car uses to run at its best economical and polution free settings. It will cost you more to operate and it will not run as good.
Use only JASO MA rated oil. Either 10w-40 or 20w-50 depending on temperature.Do not use any oil with Energy Conserving on the label it will shorten the wet clutch and gear life. Consider using synthetic oil your bike will run smoother,cooler, and shift easier. Also synthetic Hypoid gear oil will make your final drive run cooler also.
You need to check the thermal switch for the fan which is located on the radiator or on the intake manifolds. If the switch works fine when it reaches operating tempuratures, then you need to temporarily hot wire the fan by bypassing the thermal switch to see if the fan runs.