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Astra overheating problem

Fan only switches on at three quarter mark on heat gauge. already replaced fan switch, thermostat as well as flushed the radiator. fan used to switch on at halfway mark on heat gauge.

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Yes the issue is most likely an air block, jack the front of the truck up as far as you can, fill the recovery bottle and run the engine for about 10 min, then shut down and run cold water over the radiator, this should purge the air, recheck the recovery tank and refill as ness.

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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 .

Posted on May 07, 2009

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SOURCE: overheating 94 saturn sc

Check the upper radiator house. When the engine is cool this hose is cool and soft to a squeeze pressure. If you check the same hose while the engine is hot "use caution as this hose might be very hot" this hose shoud be hot and stiff to the touch (louded under pressure). Lack of either is normally a sign of a bad thermostat or a failing water pump. Also check that the water reservoir cap is not leaking, is only a $5 fix.

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If you will get the model and date code from the bottom of the machine and contact customer service, we can further assist you.

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SOURCE: 1995 BMW 525I over heating issue. I repaired head

Hi, Sounds like you have tried about everything. Ok the aux. coolant switch is for the electric pump for the heater core will not cause an over heating condition just a longer warm up of the heater core. Has the cooling system been bleed properly if there is a trapped air pocket it will not let coolant circulate. Was the new thermostat installed correctly? They have a vent that needs to be towards the top or they trap air on the back side and cant take an accurate reading to open and close. Other areas to look at would be proper operation of the fan clutch, if they fail they can cause the fan to not lock up properly and supply enough air movement through the radiator. The aux. electric fans and their temp switches do you hear them coming on are they coming on at the right temp.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

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