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My john deere 625i gator is over heating.warning light comrs on,over flow reservoir fills, and fan comes on. What can be the causes of my problem?


Blown head gasket might be the problem or plugged radiator . wash it out or blow it down with leaf blower

Oct 11, 2017 | John Toys

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Need to know where the fuse is for the fuel pump for my 625i to fix my fuel pump


Troubleshooting - Operator's Manual - John Deere

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Dec 05, 2015 | Peg Perego John Deere Gator HPX Ride on...

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Help ford ikon 1600 overheating after i replaced thermostat housing cleaned radiator replaced water pump replaced thermostat with another new one but still gauge moves to hot and fan comes on


check that you put the thermostat in the right way. The body of the unit has to be in the head / block water. Simple check is to start from cold and within 5-10 minutes idling you should start to feel hot water coming through the top radiator hose.. If in ok the bleed the air out of the cooling system by loosing off the highest hose and let the air out until you get solid water flow . Run the engine while doing this so that the water is circulated by the pump. Make sure that the heater core is open to allow the air in it to be removed

Jan 04, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Engine is running hot


Check coolant reservoir level, check cooling fan if working, check if no leaks on the water pump...If engine newly installed, chances are drive belts are not installed properly.

Oct 07, 2010 | 1986 Nissan 300ZX

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Hello Sir, I have replaced the radiator, radiator heat sensor, radiator cap, and all hoses. There are no leaks coming from the engine. I have also replaced the anti-freeze with BMW manufactured...


After the car is cool and has been sitting for a while, remove the radiator cap, have someone start the car, the coolant in the radiator should drop a little, and there should be movement, if there is no movement, let the car run for a while, with some systems it won't cycle enough to notice until the engine warms up. If there is still no movement, you likely have a bad water pump and/or thermostat.
Another method as a "just to be sure", drain the coolant overflow tank, and fill it with clean distilled water. Drive the car for a few days (carefully not to overheat it obviously, if the engine is getting too hot to drive normally don't do this test). If after a few days of driving the fluid in the overflow tank is still clear (water), then there is no circulation in the system.
It's usually best to start by replacing the thermostat, and then re-check. If that doesn't fix the problem it is most likely a water pump, or in very rare cases a plugged radiator or coolant passage.

Jul 18, 2010 | 1998 BMW 7 Series

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My 2004 Jeep Cheokee loredo is running hot. Could


Could be several things,

1. thermostat
2. water pump
3. fan motor is bad (is the fan running when at temp?)
4. fan motor relay

Is it running hot all the time or just when setting idle?

May 16, 2010 | 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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1999 Alero: I replace the head gaskets thermostat water pump n...


OK you have done the engine side of things. If you have an electric radiator cooling fan make sure it comes on when radiator is hot, if not the fan motor is caned or the thermostat switch is faulty. Sometimes the fan motor is supplied by a fused/relayed circuit in which case these items will also need to be checked. Check that not only does the top hose from the engine to radiator get hot but that the bottom one does too. If not this would indicate a blockage perhaps in the radiator core due to sludge. If full of sludge give both ends a flush out with a high pressure hose. Like wise do the same with the bottom hose back to the pump. If the water is circulating and the radiator fan is working then the normal cooling system is working as it should. f the engine is running hot one last thing is to find the EGR valve and check that it is opening as it should. If not the combustion temperatures go very high. One indicator of a hot engine is blue/glazed spark plugs so take one out and check it for signs of hot running. If hot then look to clean the EGR valve and associated exhaust gas feeder pipe with frayed cable, cloth and and carb cleaner spray.

May 05, 2010 | 1999 Oldsmobile Alero

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2000 Maxima Running Hot


Try replaceing the engine fan controller, make sure there are no bugs in the radiator, there is another coolant sensor cost about $22.00 for it the fan control costs $40.00 bucks since you say it's ok when you have AC on my guess is the fan comes on for the ac and keeps it cool. You also may need a new fan motor, non AC side. sometimes the shats slip and the fan slips on the shaft of the motor an causes it not to turn fast enought.

Jul 04, 2009 | 2000 Nissan Maxima

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Running hot


Radiator Fan Control Relay Switch. I bet your electric fan doesn't run?

Dec 01, 2008 | 2002 Nissan Altima

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