uhm if the water pump is putting air in youre coolant system then youre water pumps seals are gone the same thing happen to my 1996 Honda accord i took it out and found out the seals were gone so the breather for it was sucking in air and letting it all in the cooling system so id change itAnswerIt's possible, but if it happened there wouldn't be much and it wouldn't really be under pressure. Also, if that's going on you'll loose coolant when the engine is first turned off.
If you are blowing out coolant because of pressurized "air", it's most typically a blown headgasket and you're getting exhaust gas into the coolant chamber.
You could have the start of a head gasket that is leaking. I suggest that you have a shop to add leak detector to the cooling system and check it with a black light.
I have a 2003 Chevy venture. Mine was doing this and it ended up being the wheel bearing.
Could you please tell me if a 1997 Chevy Venture has a heater control valve and if possible the location of the valve.
The 2002 Chevy Venture has a dual a/c system. The 2000 might also. There could be a hole in the hose that goes to the left and back of the van, but not in the one that is for the driver's side of the van.
might be the thermostat stuck shut The radiator and cooling system could be low on coolant
If an electric window in a Chevrolet Venture will not go up or down, it is likely that a fuse is blown. Replacing the fuse could fix the issue.
There are many places where you can find an entire picture of cooling system and heat. You could look online for example.
could be linkage adjustment or low fluid level in gearbox
No, you cannot put Pepsi inside of your car's cooling system. This could seriously damage if not make your vehicle inoperable.
It could cause the check engine light to come on with a code concerning cooling system/thermostat performance.It could cause the check engine light to come on with a code concerning cooling system/thermostat performance.
Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.Cooling system leak or engine overheating and steam escaping from the radiator cap.
tranny could be gone.or you may need tranny fluid or you have too much tranny fluid.
air in the cooling system,indicating you have a coolant leak somewhere.or a sticking thermostate but i doubt it.
Probably a blown head gasket - but these also have an EGR cooler that if damaged could cause the same thing. Check the cooler first it could be pushing exhaust into the cooling system.
Liquid cooling has excellent heat dissapation but a good system can be expensive and a like could potentially kill your system. It also requires alot of cleaning and maintenance.
without it the car could over heat and catch fire
The system will produce excessively high pressure which could damage fittings and components, and you'll get insufficient cooling from the AC system.
You could, but it would probably be a bit more effective just to fix it the right way.
This depends on the make, model and year. It could be a sensor in the cooling system, it could be a vapor lock issue in the fuel system, it could be a valve in the emissions system. There are a few other issues too.
If the problem your having is in your 'cooling system' , flushing it out could help out a lot.
a restriction somewhere in the cooling system maybe the fan
Usually means you have had regular tap water in the cooling system resulting in corrosion. This could also result in the additives in the anti freeze not being affective or a sealant from a hole in the cooling system
If it has an electric fan, it could be malfunctioning.Or it could be the thermostat.lastly ,it could be a leaky or blown headgasket.
You don't add plain water to the cooling system. If cooling system needs to be topped off, open the reservoir cap when engine is cool and add a mixture of 50% antifreeze and 50% clean water to the full-cold line. If you're having to add often, have a trusted mechanic check it out. You may have a serious problem that could get expensive if not taken care of soon.