air filter,spark plugs too cold, too hot,bad alternator,blown fuses...
Check fuses constant hot fuse for memory may be blown
To add, the compresser does kick on, their is no leak, and the fuses are not blown. Thanks.
As an electric motor wears and becomes old it requires more electricity to turn it and it gets hot. Your pump sounds like it is going out. With these warnings of blown fuses, I would replace the pump before it leaves you stranded. Good luck.
blown motor .probably blown head gaskets or a cracked head with water on the cylinders causing hydraulic lock.
Blown Fuse, Bad relay, bad fan motor.
plates in the battery are arcing together. causing battery to short out and get hot. could explode. or you have a dead short in system. both will cause battery to get very hot.
Hey blown head get will cause it to run hot.
Blown fuse for the motor, or the motor burned out and needs to be replaced.
The radiator fan motor is electric. The fan motor fuse may be blown. The fan motor may need to be changed. The engine should not be operated when it is running hot.
Blown fuse, bad motor, bad blower motor switch, or a defective Blower Motor Resistor Pack.