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Overheat after waterpump replacement

Impeller on waterpump was not broken engine overheats seems to run fine no coolant leaks or loss

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Did you change the thermostat? If not it may be the cause. You can check the thermostat by removing it and immersing it in hot water. If it is working it will open. The thermostat is usually located under the upper radiator hose.

Posted on Jul 28, 2012

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tim mcgrath

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SOURCE: My audi a4 1.9tdi suddenly started to overheat,

change thermost and/or water pump

Posted on Feb 04, 2010

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Anonymous

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SOURCE: engine overheating there is no coolant leak but it overheats and

1st it is imperative that that cooloant mixture is correct. once you have the correct mixture have the thermostat replaced. Or just have a mechanic replace the thermostst and they will balance the coolant to water mixrure

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Posted on Feb 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 2002 audi tt overheating

It does sound like the dash pod is faulty. I have had dashes pass cycle tests but turn out to be faulty.
Check when the car is hot, that when you key off and then key just the ignition on that the gauges (fuel and temperature) move slowly and smoothly up to there correct position. If they move very quickly, almost instantly, to there position then this is a sign of a faulty dash.
Let me know the out come.

Posted on Apr 11, 2009

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SOURCE: '97 A4 1.8T, coolant leak resulted in brief overheat,leak fixed,diag.code now shows #2 cyl.missing (badly), compression good,injectors good,coils/plugs good,missing badly,could the brief overheat have

did the car over heat for long?
there could possibly be damage to your head like warping due to overheating and blowing a head gasket or something along those lines .
first check the oil dipstick is it milky?
then check the coolant is it oily?
and when it is running is it blowing any white smoke?
if you replaced the plugs and it is misfiring did you plug the wire all the way back on the plugs if not then the problem is a plug wire being loose and loosing connection with the plug.
sounds like a simple fix if you don't have water in your oil or white smoke coming out the exhaust.
troubleshooting it can be a bigger job but if you nail the right symptoms down you can corner the problem.
like if it is a coil pack or bad wire switch them with another one and see if the problem follows the wire or coil pack.for instance take the number one plug wire off and the number two wire off and put the number one wire on number two and see if the number one misfires. if so then the wire is the problem if not then try numbers three and four until you find out which cylinder is the culprit.
good luck and happy hunting.


Posted on Jun 02, 2009

geoff hunter

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SOURCE: Hi there, I have an Audi

if you tried the thermostat you may just as well do the waterpump at the same time(labour hours are going to be the same....and if the timing belt needs doing get it done at the same time.(its all in the same area....)

Posted on Sep 04, 2010

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