It very well could be your fan not turning on. There is a switch that tells it to turn on. I think its a temperature sensor in the coolant line. Start it with the hood open. Once it gets about 200 degrees the fan should turn on. If it doesn't, bad sensor/switch. I have seen some people hook the fan up to a switch inside their car haha. I would say that it is the fuel pressure regulater. When they go bad they affect the car only once warm. It is located on the top back side of the throttle body. If you can check the fuel pressure at the fuel rail the pressure should stay the same after you shut the car off. If the pressure goes down after you shut off the car it means the fuel pressure regulater diafram is leaking(bad).
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The thermostat on a VW Jetta VR6 is replaced by removing the upper radiator hose and unbolting the radiator housing. The thermostat is then removed from its housing and a new thermostat installed.
The thermostat on a 2004 Chevy Venture is changed by draining the radiator, removing the upper radiator hose, and unbolting the thermostat housing. The old thermostat and gasket can then be removed and replaced.
The lower radiator hose goes from the bottom of the radiator to the engine block. On the engine side there will be a neck that comes off the block and the radiator hose is attached too it. Inside that neck is the thermostat and it can be replaced as a whole unit (the housing neck) or just the thermostat can be removed and replaced.
When the thermostat and radiator were replaced, coolant could have dripped into an electrical connector or a sensor could be disconnected or damaged. Check the temperature sensor and crankshaft sensors first.
im having the same problem with my 1994 I've replaced the heater core,thermostat,radiator,i checked the coolant, and it's not over heating or nothing and still no heat lol
The thermostat on a Nissan X-Trail is replaced by draining the radiator, disconnecting the upper radiator hose, removing the thermostat housing, and pulling out the thermostat. A new thermostat can be dropped into place and a new gasket installed.
The top radiator hose is above the thermostat. If the top radiator hose is hot, the thermostat is opening. The thermostat is not the problem. Perhaps the radiator is clogged up or the water pump is bad. Look elsewhere.
If your radiator isnt leaking and car is having a over heating problem and coolant spewing out. Chances are your thermostat needs replaced. possible the radiator needs to be flushed. But more likley its thermostat
Be care-full my radiator blew up and burnt me. I replaced Radiator, thermostat, and water pump. Timing belt is in the way so I replaced it too. OK Now
$500 without the thermostat $750 with Thermostat $1000 with all hoses replaced
In general, engine thermostats can be found by following the LOWER radiator hose to where it attaches to the engine. The hose is typically attached to a fitting behind which is a gasket and the thermostat. The gasket needs to be replaced when the thermostat is replaced.
Ingeneral, the fan will run only if the temperature of the radiator is above the normal range. If the fan is running, then the radiator must be over temp unless the radiator fan thermostat or it's relay is defective. If the radiator truly is over temp then you have a larger over-heating problem You state the thermostat was replaced. if you replaced the fan thermostat then either the radiator really is over temp and it is doing what it should, or there is a problem with the thermostat-fan relay or switch. If you replaced the engine thermostat that controls the flow of coolent between the engine and the radiator, then that probably wasn't your problem and you should look elsewhere for an overheating cause. I would start by determining if the engine actually is overheating or not. If it is, I would look for coolent system problems like the engine thermostat (if you didn't replace it already), water pump, leaks, scale build up in the radiator, or blockages in the system. If the engine isn't overheating then I would consentrate on the fan, fan thermostat and relays.
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You need to check coolant temperature sensor and the water pump.
either you are not using correct thermostats,or putting them in upside down,or thermostat is NOT the problem
If you have an old ISUZU Trooper, the radiator thermostat may be not working. Therefore, it will not let cool water from the radiator into the hot engine, even if the radiator is full. Have the thermostat checked and replaced, if necessary. Good Luck
Inoperative radiator fans, bad water pump, failed headgasket?
had the same problem with a sibring,took to the garage,they replaced the thermostat and gasket and found a hairline crack in the thermostat housing they replaced the housing and everything was fine then
No, just replace the radiator. The other one (in the front) is the condenser for the a/c system.
If you have replaced the water pump then flush the radiator with CLR also check to see if the fan is working properly.
Water pump defective.
The thermostat on a 2001 Lexus RX300 is replaced by removing the upper radiator hose and unbolting the thermostat housing. The thermostat can then be removed, a new gasket installed, and the replacement thermostat placed in the housing.
your thermostat is closed. needs to be replaced. inexpensive part but can save your engine from overheating.
It's very possible.